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    Margarita Arévalo (Edited )

    My table isn't working. Attached is an image of my table.

     

    On the second row, I type HyperlinkType(f)  and it still appears as a header on my view. On column F I have images that are supposed to be clickable and take to a link. The column with the URLs is colum F, but even when I type [link], the column isn't hidden either. The columns are not linking. Also, on the view, instead of seeing the images, I only see the URL link to the images. Keep in mind, that on the example below I typed HyperlinkType[link] only to troubleshoot seeing how syntax [link] nor {link} were working.

     

    This is how the table looks, only way to display images is with ImageType, but the images are supposed to be clickable. Typing HyperlinkType(F) - ImageType only causes the images to be displayed, and the Hyperlink appear as header, too. If I type noFilter - Hyperlinktype(F) - ImageType, I get the images to become URL, but the noFilter appears as header, the same if I type Stringfilter. 

     

    Also, I try to set as a Card View, not Table, and here the images disappear entirely. 

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    Awesome Table

    Hello Margarita Arévalo,

    Would it be possible for you to share your Awesome Table view and your spreadsheet at "suppor@awesome-table.clom"? Just make sure you give us access to your data. 

    It would be great if you could explain in details what you want to achieve because you made comments in many articles with different requests.

    Thanks in advance.

    Thomas

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    Joseph Kyle Lons Aerotek (Edited )

    Is there a way to add multiple different hyperlinks? I have an item in A1 that needs a link and then an item in D1 that needs a different link, an item in G1 that needs another different link, an item in H1 that needs a different link and an item in I1 that needs a different link. Is this possible? 

     

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    Awesome Table

    Hello Joseph,

    You can have as many hyperlink as you desire in your view. Just make sure that you have for each element : 

    • the column with the content you want to display
    • the column with the hyperlink 
    • put "HyperlinkType(X)" in the first column (X being the hyperlink column url

    Please not that you can have several element with the same url too (a title and an image for example) just by referencing the same url column an each element.

    Nicolas

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