Hi. I have to create a time table for 4 different days, each of them should show what time an event will take place and where, similar to how an agenda works. To do so, I was creating 4 different tables (one for each day): on rows i was putting time slots and on columns i was placing available locations. Each box is linked to a row in a different table where there are all the events scheduled. The problem is that Baserow creates too many new attributes that generate confusion on the latter table. Is there a way to link a row from a table to another one without creating the link on both sides? I hope I made myself understood. Thx in advance.
Hello @_2ale! First of all, welcome to Baserow
So, by using the ‘Link to table’, when you link two records together, the relation is mirrored in the other table. See the screenshots below
Is this the problem you are referring to?
Exactly @olgatrykush, I would like to know if it’s possible avoiding this in my situation. I tried to hide the columns from one side but that’s not what I’m looking for.
Thx in advance
Hey-hey, for now, all you can do is hide the field in the other table, but we’re already working on this feature and it will be implemented in the next release — Baserow 1.12. See the details here: Allow not creating a reversed relationship with the link row field (#1063) · Issues · Bram Wiepjes / baserow · GitLab.
Thanks @olgatrykush. Do you know when the next version will be released?
We plan to release 1.12 at the end of August — beginning of September.