Sets new relations cannot add same tag option in different column at the same time

I am not sure if this is a bug ,or i haven’t operate in the right way .

System Information*

windows 10 enterprise LTSC chinese version.

CPU:I7-4790

RAM:16GB

SYSTEM:64

Describe the bug

Sets new relations cannot add same tag in different column at the same time

To Reproduce

Steps to reproduce the behavior:

  1. create one sets named “my test”.
  2. Add A and B new relations with relation type “tag” .
  3. A column i add a option named “test001”,it is okay .
  4. B column i want to add the same option named “test001”,it is failed.
  5. I click “home” ,and re-enter this sets “my test”.
  6. B column i add the same tag named “test001”,it is okay now.

another most like scene :

  1. one sets named “my test”.
  2. I have A and B new relations with relation type “tag” .
  3. A column i have a option named “test001”, i copied this tag .
  4. B column i want to add a new option by paste the same option named “test001”,it is failed ,shows “no option available”.
  5. I click “home” ,and re-enter this sets “my test”.
  6. B column, i paste the same tag named “test001” to add new option,it is okay now.

Hey,
I think I don’t really get, what you want to do.
Could you make a screen recording or if thats not possible create a little more step by step guide and what you expect at the given point?
Thank you

@reachar I’m describing two different explanations on your issue, as I’m not sure which one of the two you are experiencing:

A relation is a 1:1 link between two objects. As both tags and Relations are Objects, columns will show the same information if you show the same Relation (of type “tag”) twice. A workaround is to create a new Relation with different name (for example “Tag 2” to be able to distinguish one tag Relation from the other).

If I understood correctly, you did create separate Relations of type tag. If they are indeed separate Relations, they (currently) each hold their own set of tags AFAIK, so you’d need to create each tag for each tag-Relation separately. You would then end up with:

  • Relation A with tag “test001”
  • Relation B with tag “test001”

Where the two “test001” tags are different Objects (and they will show with different colors in each Relation)

It would indeed help a lot if you could confirm the issue by sharing a screen recording.

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