A user listing is useful when you want to display records related to an authenticated user. I.e. a user that has logged into their account.
For example, you may want to create a listing for your users to see their assigned tasks, which are stored in a separate table on Airtable. This guide will provide step-by-step instructions on how to achieve this.
Let's create a listing that displays all the assigned tasks for an authenticated user by looking up the Task field from the user table.
From the editor
- Click Add Section and select a listing design
- Select a layout for the listing
- Fill out the type, base and table information for the listing
- Select Type: Select Yes, we want to show records that belongs to a user only.
- Select Table: Which table should we display the records
- Select Field: The field that is linked to the user record
- Select Airtable View: This is optional if you want to display your records using a view instead
- Select the fields to display in the Listing View
- Switch to the Detailed View
- Build out the view with blocks
- Click on Save Changes once you're happy