It would save some time if we could add multiple rows to a loop screen all at once.
I'm not sure exactly what the workflow would look like and this is somewhat difficult to describe, but some examples might be:
- Need to add 12 widgets (one per row) to the list. All of them are identical except for serial number.
------ The user might need to type in the serial number, or the user might need to specify pre-populated serial numbers from reference data.
------ Add Multiple > Widget > Qty: 12 > Which widgets are you talking about? This one, that one, that one, and this other one (multi select) > add rows
- Need to add 25 people (one per row) to the list. All of them have the same job title and worked the same number of hours, but have different names.
------ The user might need to type in their names and titles, or choose them from reference data
------ Add Multiple > People > Job Title: Worker > Hours worked: 8 > Which people are you talking about? This one, that one, this one, that one, the other one (multi-select) > add rows
- Need to add 8 types of paint (one per row) to the list. All of them are made by the same company and have some similar characteristics, but there is a different amount of each one
------ The user might need to type in or select unique values from reference data
------ Add Multiple > Paint > Manufacturer: Company X > Drying time: 12 hours > Which paint are you talking about? Red: 2 gallons , White: 4 gallons, Blue: 1 gallon (multi-select / multi-entry hybrid) > add rows
I hope this makes sense. This would be a big time saver.