I hope the topic doesn’t seem too confusing… if it is, I apologize for that :grinning_face_with_sweat:
So I’m making a database for a pet store, the tables are:
- Customers table: it contains contact information of the customers (name, tel, email, etc.)
- Pets table: it contains pet info, 1 attribute called “Owner” linked to the Customers table
Now I’m building an Appointment table, which has two linked attributes:
- Customer: links to Customer table and show the who is the person that book this appointment
- Pet: shows the pets who are taking the service.
I would like make a “filter” for the Pet attribute so that only the pets that belong to the customer I already selected would be able to be selected
For example, if I selected a customer ABC, and he/she has two pets, when I select the records for “Pet” attribute, I’d like to only see the two pets he/she has rather than every pet in the Pet table.
I used to create SQL-based database and would make a query to fulfill this “filter” function, but I’m pretty new to Airtable and even not sure if I should use formula or other function to fulfill what I want. I’d be really appreciated for your help!