Ability to modify Relation name and type

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.

Currently, it is unable to make any change to a Relation. Once a Relation is created, it stays there forever - there is no way to rename it or change its type.

Describe the solution you’d like

Make the profile page for a Relation object editable to rename or change its type.

Describe alternatives you’ve considered

An alternative method is to make it possible to delete a Relation, so that users can create a new one with corrections.

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Same here. Sometimes users (like me) just have typos when naming relations, and it’s a little bit frustrating that we have to establish separate relations with correct names, and risk selecting ones with wrong names when creating templates.

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Personally I would say HIGHLY frustrating to the point where I don’t even dare to create a data structure.

This is a pure alpha, so we just need to test the features in a sandbox way.

Ability to Delete or Rename EVERYTHING in AnyType should be mandatory and one of the top priority, period.

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I found a way to modify the name of the user-defined Relation.

For example, I want to change the “MCF” to “XXX”:
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  1. Select or create a new set, and add the relation “MCF” in the Grid view
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  2. Click on the newly added “MCF” in the header and modify the name to what you want, click “Save”
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  3. It’s done, you can check your modified relation’s name in the library.

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I do not use workaround and I mainly need to clear ALL Relations to only have mine, but I do admire the find.

:clap:t2:

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This is a nice workaround but it doesn’t change the actual name of the relation.

In your example, if you open the relation XXX the name will still be MCF

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