Linking data to a component in Adalo

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So you have your first components, and you've made your first collection. Now you need to map your collection to your component on your app screen. Once connected, the data from your collection(s) will populate and display correctly on your app, even if the data changes or is updated. This tutorial walks you through the steps to get this mapping done.

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So you have your first components, and you've made your first collection. Now you need to map your collection to your component on your app screen. Once connected, the data from your collection(s) will populate and display correctly on your app, even if the data changes or is updated. This tutorial walks you through the steps to get this mapping done.

Now that we've created and populated a collection, we want to connect the information we have in our database or collection to the components on our app screen. Select your component. On the left-hand side under "what is this a list of?", select your collection.

Now on the left-hand side, if you scroll to the bottom of the menu, you can map the data from your collection records to the information displaying on your app screen. If your component isn't configured correctly, go ahead and map the information you need.

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So you have your first components, and you've made your first collection. Now you need to map your collection to your component on your app screen. Once connected, the data from your collection(s) will populate and display correctly on your app, even if the data changes or is updated. This tutorial walks you through the steps to get this mapping done.

So you have your first components, and you've made your first collection. Now you need to map your collection to your component on your app screen. Once connected, the data from your collection(s) will populate and display correctly on your app, even if the data changes or is updated. This tutorial walks you through the steps to get this mapping done.

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So you have your first components, and you've made your first collection. Now you need to map your collection to your component on your app screen. Once connected, the data from your collection(s) will populate and display correctly on your app, even if the data changes or is updated. This tutorial walks you through the steps to get this mapping done.

So you have your first components, and you've made your first collection. Now you need to map your collection to your component on your app screen. Once connected, the data from your collection(s) will populate and display correctly on your app, even if the data changes or is updated. This tutorial walks you through the steps to get this mapping done.

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