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The ability to create tables and records in this type of view would change my life.
Would be a great feature. Airtable! Please consider this seriously!
Cette fonctionnalité permettrait d’aller réellement plus loin dans la navigation dans les records de la base !
Hey, this is a great idea, did someone find a workaroud ?
+1, I’d love this! Miro meets airtable. Click up has similar functionality, however their databases is more focused on task management
We need MindMapping !
+1!!! Can’t find a product with such function
Taskade! has a mind map view. However their offering is only really for project management. Only real tool i could find that had a mind map project break down functionality
They have DONE IT!
Shared Base Link :point_right: :point_right: Airtable - Hierarchical Task Management :point_left: :point_left:
Now that the free plan allows one extension per base, you can access the “Flowchart” Extension that allows you to specify parent-child relationships between records.
Well not really IMO, as it is far from the intuitivity of a mind map, and you can’t manually move around the records and relations.
We still a MindMap extension, working across tables !
in my mind, mind maps don’t have restrictions on one-way up/down connections.
Hierarchical flowcharts are very linear.
My uses of mindmaps connect at multiple levels between different branches, and this extension serves none of the functions I use mind mapping for.
However, I don’t have the ability to process scripting/coding anymore (cognitive disabilities) and I don’t have the money to pay someone to make it for me, so my needs are not something I can get met on my own.
I hope others continue to keep asking Airtable for the ability to have unlimited bridging of “map” branches and without one-way-flow restrictions. I am hoping upon hope that Airtable gets this and a good airtable-written Evernote integration, plus a native ERD mapping environment that makes sense to my rusty and foggy brain to visually structure the records with bases and bases within a workspace so I can fulfill my goal envisioned when I got my first few PDA’s and WinMo handheld PCs in the mid 1990s through to smart devices today… stylus interactive handwriting analysis & OCR import record-keeping and integrations to create a full on memory palace/mind castle.