This is a pretty common problem, especially for people who are creating quiz apps, so I’ve put together a quick video showing how you can use a spreadsheet to create you questions (or answers, or whatever data you need really!) and them read the CSV data into your Thunkable app.
The real time saver here is using the
TRANSPOSE() function in Google Sheets to quickly go from four rows of data to four columns so that the questions can be exported as a .csv file.
This .csv file is then uploaded to Thunkable where the File component can easily read it and display items in a Label, a ListPicker or anywhere you need it really.
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Download the .aia File
Here’s the .aia file if you want to have a closer look.
csv_example_app.aia (2.5 KB)