Unless I misunderstand you, you can avoid setting the second field value to Now by not applying the formula to the default property of your second field.
In answer to your second question, I don't understand why your button would change its color and text. I'd suggest that you delete the button and re-add a new button. Apply the formula to your new button and see if it still exhibits the problem with it changing color.
In my scenario,
When we try to submit a new request to Add and Remove User.
I have two buttons, Add and Remove on my edit screen.
When we click on Add button ABC datacardvalue should be null.
when we click on Remove button ABC datacardvalue should be "Remove".
And the Datacardvalue should set to null once the form is submitted.
Any ideas how to fix this would help.
Hi @Anonymous , thanks for alerting me to this. @MK1, perhaps you might be able to share a screenshot, or some of the formula that you've tried so that we can better help you? Thanks.
Sorry, I'm trying to figure out what you mean and I'm honestly lost. What context did you change to get this to work I'm trying set a button to update the Date, Hour, and Minute pickers and dropdowns to the current time and no matter what I do I'm getting complaints about trying to do invalid comparisons or the function just down't work.
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