Table "A" holds records created each time a notification is sent out by sms. Over time multiple notifications are sent to a recipient (and hence multiple records are added to QuickBase table "A", showing the time the notification was sent, to whom it was sent, etc.). Recipients of the notification may respond via sms at any point, hopefully to the first notification sent, more probably later after several notifications have been sent. When I receive the sms from the recipient, acknowledging the notification that was sent, I need to query the notifications table "A" to determine the time the latest notification was sent, which ostensibly is the one the recipient is responding to. Is it possible to write this query in such a way that it simply returns the ONE most recent record from the notifications table "A"? In MySQL you could simply sort on date and limit your query as "SELECT TOP 1 x, y, z FROM A ORDERED BY DateSent DESC", etc. But QuickBase is not relational db. Is it possible to return just the one record desired?