Picture thread: Sets, Relations, Types, and Templates

My Dashboard

Let me know what do you guys think about it :slight_smile:

I used [Flaticon](https://https//www.flaticon.com/) for icons

My [Wallpaper](https://anytype-flarum.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/2021-08-11/1628659898-473852-thanos-pal-cfbnlprzki0-unsplash.jpg)


@Sedulous Looks sick!!!

Wow you guys, these all look amazing! Aside from the cool layouts, I am really loving the custom icons and amazing wallpapers. :star_struck:

It isn’t particularly pretty yet, and the list of relations is a little insane, but just playing around with how to visually track habits over time. An issue I found is it’s not letting me move around the view titles, so it currently says September, August and then October. Perhaps that’s user error though - still trying to figure this all out! Thanks for all the hard work. :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:


@allie WOW, well done! Please keep us posted!

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@allie Very cool :sunglasses:

Used this for my DIY PC Build. Each part has its information and a relation to an Order type which then contains details on the order, the warranty, etc.


I really like the anytype palette! Made some custom icons for my sets and templates in the colors as well as a background and I like how it works! I like the set view too!


@allie Wow this is pretty sick. Good idea there

I made a [video of myself ](ClickUp)trying out the new features, sorry it is a little long.


@nsmathew That’s a pretty sleek use of the software. If you do another build, how would you make a different set that shares some parts, but not others? I had the same problem with multiple sets of the same type as I was doing my usability test.

@Narvey You could add a belongs to relation which takes a list of object the part belongs to and then use a filter to only display the parts containing the particular build in the belongs to relation

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@Narvey This is super cool, thank you!

@Narvey Yes, Very cool :sunglasses:

Thanks for that :hugs::hugs::hugs:

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Rather classic I believe :wink:


Here’s my current setup inspired by @malitov


i maintain extensive documentation for my DIY home automation system in a set of markdown files.

since i am an alpha tester for anytype as of yesterday, i started to model my devices with a custom type. humble beginnings, but i already see where stuff could go :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:


@manu cool with 2 Templates, i like :+1:

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The home automation Set of @manu is quite cool. When an API is available you can even show the current status there, e.g. on / off, temperature, etc. Or, even use check boxes to control the devices from there :wink:


@roncz huh, interesting idea! my first intention for using the api was to generate json configuration for my system.