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Many customers want to log or track changes made to a field. There is a simple way to do this using Dynamic Form Rules. In this example we'll build a Text field to track who made changes to a status field, when they made the change, and the value they entered into the field.

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That field must appear more than once on your form. When that's the case, QuickBase must choose which value to enter in the field. To break the tie, QuickBase always takes the value from the last instance of the field, which in your case is the one you're leaving blank.

If the duplicate field is a mistake, just delete the double from your form. The field will then save values as you expect.

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Certain fields are never editable directly. These include the five built-in fields, all formula fields, and all lookup fields. In addition fields that were at one time reference fields can behave in such a way that they don't display either a read-only or an editable value. Here is the situation that creates these former uneditable reference fields.

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