I know that Airtable has recently changed a few things and as someone who struggles to remember the technicalities of all of this, I just want to make sure that I am not doing any more work than I need to. Or maybe the update has made it simpler as it has for other things!
What I want to do is populate fields from another table into a single cell, one on each line. This has multiple purposes, though right now I am trying to display to-do ID’s one at a time so my brain can actually grasp it, and then make a makeshift-dashboard displaying multiple categories in one place. Another purpose this has is when I do documentation I want to list goals we addressed and have it listed on a different line to, again, make it easy to read.
I currently have a link to the table, an “array join” rollup, and then a formula to substitute the commas for new lines. This has the negative effect of creating a list, but having the first be one space off of the rest of the lines, which looks BAAAAD.
Is there now a simpler way to do this? It is possible to have the array join AND substitute as one field/formula so I am not having to have so much clutter? Will the issue with the spacing of the first item happen with whatever you might suggest, and is there a fix for this as well?
Thanks in advance for any insights you can give! I know all of this will click together someday, I’m just not there yet :slightly_smiling_face: