I know that you want a simple fix for everything but there are a lot of problems with the way you set up your code. I can’t solve it all for you and some of this is just taking the time to learn to program. The reality of coding is that if you change one little thing, it then affects everything else. So you have fixed one or two problems from earlier but then added new problems that you didn’t have before because you moved things around or added blocks.
Some of this is basic programming like the fact that the “else if” section of a block only happens if the condition is false but the condition itself has to be a true/false statement; or realizing that a variable does not have a value until you give it a value using the “set” block. Those are things you learn over time by starting with a very simple programming task and lots of trial and error.
It seems like you’re in a hurry to get everything done by this weekend which is somewhat unfortunate because you’ve picked one of the absolute hardest features of Thunkable (Web APIs) to begin with and it’s not quick to learn. At all. But I’m a broken record at this point.
Perhaps this diagram will be helpful to point you in some directions to get the problems resolved: