Accidentally deleting rows — preventable?

Hi, I use Coda as a database for key CRM data. I’ve had some close calls where I’ve accidentally deleted rows. This feels like living on the edge of a cliff. Is there a way to ensure this doesn’t happen so easily? Some kind of lock or verification step per table before rows are deleted?

I’m not aware of any safe-guard in that regard. I am however super impressed by the undo-history. If you make a mistake you can be 99% sure that Ctrl+Z command will solve it!

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Thanks, Richard. I’m seeking 100% no accidental deletions :-).

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You could disable deleting rows on “per page basis” in locking options, but then when you need to delete something you would need to “unlock” the page

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