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I have a general database with a list of companies with different priorities. Is it possible to link it to another table where the high priority companies become the row headers? I want to utilise a different table to input more specific steps. Thanks!

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Not very sure whether this is what you want.
Have you tried making ‘Filter’ to fit your needs?

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This is the view with one column hidden (the next step). For neat looks

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This is what happen if I don’t hide the ‘next step’ column, and then add filter.

In a way, since you can add information from ANY view, all this will be recorded in the main spreadsheet/grid view (attached also). But still looks good because you don’t need to use the original grid view for it.

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As a side note, you can also link records to other table. for example, I use ‘Priority’ here.

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If that’s what you want then it is easy. Other way … I am not very sure. I am not expert on airtable also and lurk here in the forum to read some information as well …