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I have a table layout but within the rows of that table layout is a portal that basically shows the last record created date, username and text.

I believe this is massively slowing down my layout. When I remove the portal the layout speeds up and loads dramatically faster.

my thought was to create a stored calculation field that changes or displays data from the last portal records and updates when other portal records are created. I would just now need to show the 1 calculation field on each row instead of having the portal

 

Any thoughts on this idea?

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3 hours ago, wattmhite said:

a portal that basically shows the last record

How exactly does it do that?

 

3 hours ago, wattmhite said:

a stored calculation field that changes or displays data from the last portal records and updates when other portal records are created.

There is no such animal. A stored calculation will not update as a result of another record being modified or created. 

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by filtering and sorting portal records within the portal to only show the most recent.

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2 hours ago, wattmhite said:

by filtering and sorting portal records within the portal to only show the most recent.

That doesn't tell me much. When I ask "how exactly" I mean just that. In any case, I don't see why you would need filtering. 

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