You have talked about hierarchy views in Twitter, Medium, etc. as a focus of your current Roadmap. I could really use this as I move along in Fibery. Being able to create one’s own hierarchy I think is a key aspect of a no code tool that should be available. It’s a cornerstone of Notion in fact. And a big piece of the popular work management tool Wrike.
I have had trouble making a hierarchy in Fibery as I think the suggested solution is to create a new type, and then a “many-to-one” relation. I have spoken with the team about using a relation to make a “one-to-many” within a type, like this:
But I had some issues with the left menu and folders rendering correctly, which I think is why the team suggested to me I don’t do this.
Have you thought about the ability to simply create a “sub-type”? This would help me tremendously, as I have many things that I’d like to set up on a multi-hierarchy level, and not be limited. At times, two levels of hierarchy are sufficient, but others I might want to go 5 deep. It would greatly simply my Fibery set up if I could just make some sub-levels within a type.