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Linked-Items, and Items-That-Link-To-Me

WireRydr 3 months ago • updated by Lothar "Husky110" Hoffmann 2 weeks ago 2

This request is broken up into two parts:


1. Linked Items.  One of my more-common scenarios is to track things like Online forum accounts in TeamPass.  In many of these cases I use a common email account (usually GMail) when registering for the forum.  When I create the Teampass Item to track each forum account, I end up having to duplicate the credentials for the common GMail account, so I can immediately access them without having to navigate several items in Teampass.  I could alternatively add just the email address in the appropriate field within the item, but then I'd have to manually navigate to a different item to see the rest of the common Gmail credentials/attributes.  It would be nice to have a new field (Linked Item) that you could use to refer to another item within Teampass, potentially within a different folder (e.g. a folder of email accounts).  Clicking on that linked-item would navigate directly to the other item within Teampass - subject to permissions of-course.


2. Items that Link to Me.  Conversely, it would be nice to be able to click on a button within given item and pop up a list of items that link to it.  If that was a picklist, then it could even be used to navigate directly to that item.


Ultimately it's straightforward to use workarounds to simulate this kind of functionality, but it's a bit awkward.  Allowing linked-items and items-that-link-to-me would greatly improve and speed up navigation throughout Teampass for these kinds of use-cases, especially where the various items are stored in different folders.  It would also improve data-normalization since I would no longer need to duplicate credentials across related items.

Under review

Thank you for this feature request.

It makes sense.

I will review on how to implement such feature.

I've found some usecases here too for this.

1.) I'm building up TeamPass for 2 companies which work closely together.

Sometimes we need items in one folder linked to another cause both companies use those items.

2.) I've got a Account to a service which is beeing used by 2 independent departments (management and programming)