I’m a pretty new Airtable user, so sorry if this question doesn’t use all the proper terminology.
In short, I’m creating an automated appointment system for my organization. I am using a form to collect user information and create records that track scheduled appointments. Users select their preferred timeslot from a list of available appointment times (achieved by using a linked record field limited to an “Open Timeslots” view in a different table dedicated to tracking availability).
The issue I’ve run across is that I only want users to be able to select ONE appoint time, but the linked record field allows for multiple appointment times to be selected. Is there a way to limit users to one selection with a linked record field? If not, any ideas on how something similar could be achieved?
I’m working with two main tables: Availability and Scheduling
The availability table contains appointment slot records, the primary field is a date field with the date and start time of the appointment slot.
The scheduling table contains the form view which collects user information like name, email, organization, and their preferred appointment time. It also contains a grid view with records containing the user input.
Availability table, Open Timeslots view:
Scheduling table, Form view:
The live Form, shows how multiple timeslots can be selected in the linked record field:
The un-ideal solution I have so far is to just specify that users should only select ONE appoint time in the help text, but I can imagine there will still be a few people who select more than one (not the end of the world for our use case, but not ideal if there is a better solution). Any help is much appreciated!
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