Happy to release this beta! Hope you’ll like it
The all new doc for Relational fields and the detailed changelog will be released with the stable version.
In this beta you can already experiment with the new possibility to display relational fields in the list view. In a few words here is what’s possible:
- Display a relation in a dedicated column, if the relationship allow one value you’ll see it, if it allow several ones, you’ll see a counter -> a tooltip will allow you to preview up to 10 values
- You’ll be able to display one relational field by relation, it is the same as the one you display in the Edit view, you can configure it in the “Configure the view” settings of the Edit view, check “Entry title” in the relation
- You can use relational fields in filters to better organize your content
- When the relationship allows one value for the relational field, you’ll be able to sort by this field. Don’t forget to enable it in the field’s setting in the list view
We kept the same restrictions regarding the type of fields we display in the List views: Componants, dynamic zones, polymorph fields and richtext cannot be displayed.
As for the level of relations you can select to display, for the moment you can only display first level relations (you can’t display a relation of a relation).
We also added a duplicate button in the list views and improved the display of components in the dynamic zones to make it easier when you have a lot of components.
And several fixes and refacto, including a big refacto of the Content Manager!
We hope you’ll like this new version, please give it a try, use it in the same conditions you use Strapi today, with your data and your workflow… and give use your feedback!
And do not hesitate if you have questions
Don’t use it in production please