Brandon McConnell

05/25/2023, 7:04 PM
Hey! One main paint point for us has been stacking atop each other’s stacks vs. our own. Stacking on our own is usually very clear and smooth, but stacking on each other’s preexisting stacks has caused some mayhem. Unfortunately, I don’t have any errors or specific examples to share with this report, but I was curious if you’re team is aware of any such behavior and if there are best-practice methods for stacking more collaboratively?

Ben Jaffe

05/25/2023, 7:18 PM
I agree that it's not easy, maybe cause it takes more discipline to remember to run the things in the right order. This page helps some, but it'd be cool if there was more info, maybe an example or video...

Jacob Gold

05/25/2023, 7:30 PM
The flow just isn't perfect right now, and that page describes what we currently support — we're working on some improvements to this flow this summer!
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Pranathi Peri

05/25/2023, 7:32 PM
maybe an example or video...
coming soon!
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