I’ve been having some success with using Cross-Doc actions. Very powerful!
I have a question about using the Cross-Doc Add Row function. So I have table T in a doc 1. I then cross doc table X into my new doc 2. The new doc wants to add a row to X (and by extension T). The way to do this seems to be using the Add Row Function.
So Doc 2 does ‘Add Row’ via Cross-Doc to table T. Now the user in Doc 2 has ‘created the row’ in T, and that’s their expectation, but it won’t show? because table X has not synced back with T.
So it is now incumbent on the user to sync to get the table to reflect the new reality they created? Does this make sense?
Ideally, I think, the user adds the row to table T and it immediately adds it to X simultaneously without a full sync. Maybe this only occurs if table T is crossdoc’d in, as I could scenarios where you push a button to add a cross-doc row and that table isn’t in the doc where the button exists.