I have a complex table with several views. My team and I sometimes duplicate rows to make life easier, so we don’t have to fill out all the columns if several columns are the same for the new row. Yet, as I have different views, I don’t see all the content of the columns. Thus, it happens sometimes that I duplicate a row and forget to update relevant columns that differ from the original row. Is there a way to
A) restrict the option to even duplicate rows?
B) Set certain columns to blanc when they are duplicated?
Here an example:
I have a row where one column is dedicated to uploading files. If I duplicate the row, the file automatically gets duplicated too. However, I want this column to always be blanc if a row gets duplicated.
Any solutions or ideas on how to solve this?