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I want to ask a question about adding a checkbox column using SQL.
After adding a checkbox column and updating the page, when I click on the checkbox, all rows are checked.
How can I add checkboxes with unique values?
I need to add a column with checkboxes. If there are any similar solutions, please let me know.
Here is the SQL query that I used.
SELECT * FROM T1 JOIN T2
Hi @Anna ,
The issue is that you just add the same one checkbox that you have on the screenshot to every row of your table. So, the behavior is correct: you check the source checkbox and all its copies are also checked automatically.
The workaround is to create a full table with separate checkboxes and match it (use the standard Lookup preset) with your first table using the unique column (row number, issue key, etc.).
Please see the attached screenshots:
Hope this helps your case.
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