Correct me if I write stupid nonsense …
Today I found out, that an Inline-Set can do something mighty, that a normal Set can’t do!
A normal Set forces me do define a query (choosing an Object Type) when I create it.
After that, the Set can catch only this one Object Type - maybe Tasks, or Pages, or Humans … but not all off them together.
An Inline-Set, on the other hand, can catch ALL Object Types.
It’s interested only on the Relations in the Filter settings, but not on the Object Type.
So it can catch Humans and Tasks and whatever. And it shows me all of that together in the same view.
I can’t believe it, that I use this program since more than six weeks daily and never have had a clue about this difference! <:-(
Maybe I oversee something even now and all off you is rolling the eyes about my stupidity, thinking that I use the program wrong and that I write nonsense?
… maybe all off you is deeply impressed now, thinking that I’m a true genius and an eye opener!
Whatever you think - this feature of the Inline-Sets is a real problem solver for me!
Finally I can catch all my Objects with a certain Tag. Or all persons - no matter if they have an own Human Object, or their name is elsewhere in a Page/Task … as long as it has a Name Relation.
WHY did I need weeks to find it out?