Sometimes a single, isolated database is not enough. When database entries that relate to each other, these relationships can be implemented as Entry Links fields.

For example:

  • You have a Meeting Notes database and you want to reference the Project that meeting was about.
  • You have a Customer Projects database, and a Customer database. You can then link a Customer Project with a Customer.

In such cases, add an Entry Link field to the database, and then link entries from the other database.

Create a Link to a Database Entry

In order to store links to other database entries, you have to create an Entry Link field.

To create a Entry Link field…

  1. Click +.
  2. Select Entry Link.
  3. Enter the field name in the text field.
  4. Select the Database, which contains the entries you want to link.
  5. Click Save.

Add Links to Other Database Entries

Next you can add links into the field you have just created.

To add links…

  1. Click into the field value.
  2. Select an entries. (Tip: you may have to type some characters to filter the right entry).
  3. Click Save the database.