I think it’s actually not that straightforward. Your trigger is going to fire no matter what, every day at 7am. In order to then check whether the list of tasks is empty (and hence not send that email), you have to use a script. In that script, you define an output (Airtable Scripting) and depending on that output (for instance “1” for there are tasks) you send the email.
Maybe someone else has an easier solution, but that’s how I would do it and that way you shouldn’t get an error, but I would also need to test it out.
Uggh, it seems like such a basic thing. IF record is empty THEN abort, OTHERWISE run actions.
That’s why I tried conditional actions, thinking the logic might work, but the Conditions only relate to the time trigger.
I can’t do scripting so will have to put up with this, or maybe someone has other ideas.
No. The send email action needs to be after the condition. You will need to recreate the send email action in the conditional group and delete it from its current location. You may also need to do the same with your update action.