So we are a dev agency and have been using Fibery for storing our client and worker data. I’ve spent a decent amount of time using Fibery including using the API. Which makes it really surprising how easy it was to accidentally delete our entire Clients app - I’m sure you can guess what its used for.
Hopefully support can help me un-delete this, as I know its a feature already in the works. But this post isn’t really about that.
This post is about how constantly getting those “You are about to delete “XXX” field
This is an irreversible action.” warnings during the process of iterating on table fields desensitizes you when you get a nearly identical warning for deleting your App when you actually meant to delete an unused Type. Which is easy to do because the three dot option buttons for both is one inch apart.
Yes, the App deletion also tells you what types you are about to delete - which made me realize my mistake and try to click Cancel (it was too late). But the odd thing to me is that there is a very serious looking warning (see below) for deleting certain fields, but when you go to delete the entire app that this field belongs to the warning is less serious looking.