Easier relation property setup

Relation properties make your databases even more powerful, helping you build workflows — like knowing which tasks are associated with certain projects.

Before, adding a relation always created two properties: one on each database. But you don’t always need the extra property. Now, you have the choice:

  • One property (default): Add items from Database B to Database A, without creating another property on Database B. Backlinks are added to the related pages on Database B to make navigation easy, without adding clutter.

  • Two properties (optional): After you add a relation, click the “Show on the other database” toggle to create another property on Database B, so you can see a list of related pages displayed on both databases.

Whether you’re creating a new relation or editing an existing one, it’s much easier to configure and visualize your relations to perfectly fit your workflow.

Bug fixes & improvements

  • For new API features & improvements, go to developers.notion.com/changelog →

  • When you use the “Move to” function, a new pop-up appears at the bottom of your screen with options to undo, or visit the page that you moved the item to

  • Fixed a bug that prevented some users from being able to scroll in the “Settings & members” menu

  • Fixed a bug that caused some typing lag for some users when using the Return/Enter and Delete keys on large pages

  • Fixed a bug that caused database templates to be displayed as options when adding a relation property

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