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Can objects in insight link back to objects they relate to them?


In my Insight Schema I have two object types "Teams" and "Employees".

In my Team object I have the attribute Members, where I can list as many Employees as I need.

But with this set up, If I want a report of, how many members are in a Team it does not work. This only works if it is in the Employees object is where I put the Team.

As I do not want to do this (It is easier to go into a team and fill employees than search each employee to add its team), I was wondering if it is possible in insight that when I fill in my Team object the members attribute automatically each employee gets a attribute called  team filled with the corresponding team.

Best Regards

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Dirk Ronsmans Community Leader Sep 10, 2021

Hi @Lara Lopez ,

A bi-directional synchronized field/reference doesn't exist in Insight.

If you do want to have this functionality you'll have to look towards automation to change the field on the Employee if they are added to a Team.

So automation is the way to go!

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