Hi all and sorry if this is fairly basic stuff.
I am quite new to Coda (currently on a free plan), just beginning to grasp the concepts and dig into the functionalities.
I have set up a simple agenda item table for a small team of 8 which I’d like to share with them; everyone will be able to add and edit rows.
My trouble is: since I use groups, any time one of the members views the table while another one works on it (adds rows, expands/collapses groups), the viewer “sees” the other one’s work and changes in real time, which might get irritating, right? And everyone who accesses the table sees it such as the predecessor left it.
I had the idea to set up a primary view with identical grouping and sorting for each one of them and have everyone bookmark her/his very own view, so they don’t get distracted by the others’ actions and can group/sort/filter as they like.
This doesn’t appear elegant to me, though, for as soon as I change or optimise anything on the main table, I understand that I would have to update all the individual views as well.
There might be something that I’ve missed so far, so I’d be grateful for any hints or clarification how to accomplish this correctly.