This 3:05 video provides an example of how the Current User Filter (aka User List Filter) works. More information can be found in Community by searching for Current User Filter.
I found the video very helpful - thank you - and it raises a question - can you somehow capture the Current User into a line item of a dimensionless module?
I have attempted this with both Formulas and Import actions but unsuccessfully. What I am seeking to do is write changes to a numbered list and with each change to include (as a property of the numbered list) the User who initiated the change (the current user). I have seen another post where this has been achieved through an import from a dummy user list with selective access applied but if it were possible to make use of the Current User Filter it would potentially reduce the admin overhead.
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