Ooh, there’s so much more to that!
SwitchIf work within actions:
_Noop() (no operation) if you only need to do something if the condition is true but nothing if it’s false:
FormulaMap() works within actions:
thisRow.ModifyRows([_Current project], CurrentValue),
Tasks.Filter(Project = thisRow.[_Current project]).ModifyRows(...)
Of course you can combine everything into one huge action, like here:
Complex Coda Docs — Mapping them out for sustainability and continuous development
Buttons can press each other to make loops.
Buttons are great replacements for checkboxes where you need them checked/unchecked differently per user — see how starring/unstarring items works in @BenLee’s example here.
Also a thing to know: wrapping your action with
RunActions is not necessary when you’re only performing one instruction (one action or one set of buttons to press). I.e. there’s no need to write
to press all buttons in a column of Tasks. Simply
would work just as well. You only need
RunActions() when you’re declaring two or more actions in a sequence explicitly (i.e. with a comma between).