How to auto change tag based on value of another property?
Today we will show you how you can automate 🔄 the change of particular tags with change in another property in a Notion Database 📃! Just follow these easy steps and you are good to go 🚀!
Take this example to make it easy to understand! Say we have a database with tasks 🤹🏻♀️ and the tasks have two properties! One is Status and the other one is Priority! Now when the task is completed, it's natural that we don't need the database to show its priority anymore! Lets move to the first step! 🔽
Open your database and create a new property. Select Formula in Advanced Properties! ✅
Now we are going to use a simple formula 🧪 so that when Status is set to done, Priority will automatically be changed to blank!
Use the formula given below 🔽
➡ if(prop("Status") != "Done", prop("Priority"), "") ⬅
- 'Status' is the name of the property that represents the status of the tasks.
- 'Done' is the value of 'Status' that represents a completed task.
- 'Priority' is the name of the property that represents Priority of the tasks.
At last, hide the 'Priority' Property from view and test the Formula by changing the status of any task to 'Completed/Done' ✅
I hope this article was easy for you to understand and I hope you liked it! Now you can use the above mentioned formula 🧪 and follow the steps to use this in your own database!
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