Thanks for the input! 🙂
I did notice that tucking some of the fields away under conditional logic certainly helped with the update time. Im guessing this is because fields currently hidden behind conditionals wont save any data when update is pressed.
This leads me to believe its possible to streamline the update process. Basically, only fields that have been changed should be updated instead of each and every field. Would it not be possible to flag only the fields that have new data and only update those fields when update is pressed? Essentially treating any un-changed fields as if they we’re hidden by conditionals? I think this would speed up the update process, seeing as hiding all my fields ( except the one ive changed ) behind conditionals seems to speed up the update considerably.
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