In advance, thanks for this help. I work at a small company, and I'm a marketer by trade, so please be kind 😛
I have a base that's for an artist on our team. It currently has three sheets
And are nested together (Project is the main umbrella of any, well, project. Asset Type is [product] Screenshots, [product] videos, etc which serve as the organizational packets of deliverables, and then individual delivered assets live under that). We have very strict content approvals, so I need to get very granular with approval and content revision chains, down to the individual asset.
Currently, it's working, but it's a bear with manual data entry when a new record is created. I have two (and a half) goals I'm trying to accomplish:
1) If the artist were to open up a Project, and then select "Add Asset Type" (from a linked records to the other sheet), upon clicking this, I'd like to have it auto-pop the records that would nest down well: Due date, what Project it's part of, teams that would have visibility, etc. How would I do this and would it be possible to limit this functionality to creating the Add Asset Type button? Initial searching didn't yield solid responses, but I could be looking for the wrong terms
1.5) Repeat these same steps when the artist does the same with "Individual Asset". I want to streamline the whole process so the artist can spend their time on art, and so I can keep content approvals documented. There's other fields for the artist to select that should not be automated, eg if an asset has an exclusive reservation for press use, and I want to make sure they think about selecting that, not going "Goddamnit I have to select the same due date for the 30th time this morning"
2) Since each "Asset Type" could have up to 10 or 20 assets, I expect the final "Individual Assets" sheet will become a giant data explosion of entries. For this, it's a bit of an open ended question: Anyone manage a data structure like this before, and were there any smart/functional ways to manage what's effectively a "data dump bucket" other than having it all dump into one place and then filtered views to make looking at things easier? Or is that the best way?
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