Tip: Linking Files to Projects

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 08, 2009 12:15 pm
One of the common changes folks make to the calendar involved using Activities to link files to a project or contact. This works great and is very easy to do.

If you'd like to link a file or attachment to a project you'll need to make a small change to the calendar by adding a container field to the appointments table. Then, you can use the "blank" tab on the Edit Appointment mini window to hold that container field (below). This effectively lets you link *any number* of files with a project since a project can have any number of activities. Your might even create a new activity type (in the Admin section under Settings / Types and Colors) called "Attachment" so that you can filter a project's activity to see just the attachments.

Notice that in the screen shot below I've set the activity as a "comment only" at the top of the screen. If this record just represents a file, I don't need to see it on the calendar.

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You can also do this with SuperContainer instead of container fields is you have lots of files to link, or need to link really big files. You'll find a nice article about this in our May 2009 newsletter: Tip: Adding Linked Files to the Calendar

Enjoy!
John Sindelar
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