Describe the bug
When using an object to filter, this object will generate a link with the set. When there is only one view using object to filter, it doesn’t seem to be a problem, but when there are multiple views that need to use object to filter, the issue comes:
The link generated later will overwrite the link generated earlier. If the filter of any view is deleted, the link will be deleted, regardless of whether it is the filtering object corresponding to the current link.
Steps to reproduce the behavior:
When the object is not used for filtering, the object is not linked to the set.
First filter with AAA object in AAA view, and then filter with BBB object in BBB view, then BBB object will be linked with set.
Conversely, if first filter with the BBB object in the BBB view, and then filter with the AAA object in the AAA view, then the AAA object will be linked to the set.
If the filter of any view is deleted, the link will be deleted, regardless of whether it is the filtering object corresponding to the current link.
All objects used for filtering in different views should be linked to the set.
- OS: Windows 10
- Anytype Version: 0.20.9