Index on airtable

as you can see in the image below, this is how the columns are organized in airtable …

but the information arrives at the application in a different order

and they are constantly changing positions and this ends up causing them to go to the wrong text box, there would be some other way to pull the information without them changing positions in the index?


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Please, write only in English. :+1:t2:

The answers are ideas to give a solution to the user’s doubt.
The user must read, look, copy and sometimes use the solution to find out if it will work or not.

The ideal is for the user to test

and not ask if it will solve.

Good Study.

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i’m sorry :frowning:

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To obtain the data from airtable in an ordered way it is best to sort them from airtable and then obtain each column and save it in a variable.

If you get the airtable data from “get all rows”, you get a Json that can’t be ordered the way you want it.

I wrote a new version of airtable here. in the demo aia, you can find how to sort the json/Dictionary in a custom order.