Working with “Record Created” automation triggers, and I’ve realised that I’m needing a trigger for “When a record is duplicated” - in that, I’m needing to amend both the original and also the duplicate record upon a record being duplicated.
I wrote a request to Airtable support to consider adding a new trigger “When Record is Duplicated” - ie; the user right clicks and selected “Duplicate Record” from the right click menu;
You can see from my screenshot - if there’s only one original record, then no revision. But if it’s duplicated, then Revision of original becomes A, duplicate becomes B. Then duplicate of B becomes C and so on.
Updating the duplicated record is very straightforward, but I’m struggling to think of a method of how I can update the original record that was duplicated… I don’t think there’s an easy way to get the record ID of the original?
Maybe I need some dynamic filtering lookup to find the duplicate record, find the entire set, then Revise that entire set… it might prevent problems with a user selecting a previous duplicate too, then spinning off two duplicate Rev Cs… :thinking: