I have one very specific way that I think could help a lot of people and doesn’t seem like it would be too hard on your end. The ability to lock a “linked record” so additions cant be made to the list by free type. For example, we use a database for pricing, when a printing material is selected as a linked record, a square ft price populates to price out a sign. However, because there’s no way to “Lock” the linked record column someone could potentially free type a material, which then would auto populate the sq.ft.price with $0 and not price out the item. If we could make it so they can only select one of the linked record options, then the only way to add to the linked records is to go to that tab, that would be very helpful in our case. See below. So if you added an option such as “Lock this column. Records may only be added from the tab this is linked to” or something much better worded, would be great. P.S. I checked and this can NOT be done by user, unless they are read only. An editor can click “Add new record” which would add a new item to the column. When a “single select” or “multiple select” an editor can not add to the list, this is how I’d like the “linked records” to work in this case.