I am trying to automate course dates to registration forms via make.com but am having problems with the rows being passed on to Make in the wrong order.
I have a table which sorts courses according to date (“Start” column, column type date, format: Germany, Russia).
I am using the SeaTable “list rows” module in Make.
The course names have a suffix MM.23 that indicates the month in which they take place (important for automatic matching of incoming registrations.
The course names are passed via a text aggregator into the form and placed in a WordPress site.
They should be listed according to date. I thought I had discovered that they get passed on in the order in which they are created. To make sure this worked, I added them to seatable in date order.
Bu this isn’t always successful.
The screenshot shows one set of course. You will notice that the course with the suffix “03.23” is at the end even though it should be first. Why this happened I don’t know.
Thanks for confirming that it’s to be found elsewhere. To make sure it doesn’t continue to cause problems, I am looking to add a module in Make that re-sorts the entries alphabetically before passing them on to the text aggregator. It shouldn’t be necessary, but that’s the current situation.