Beacon

Card: Lookup list of fields

Updated 21 days ago

help_outline Heads up! This is a guide for admins. If you're not an admin yet, ask your Beacon admin to promote you so you can start managing fields.

The Lookup list of fields is a useful card in Beacon for surfacing data that relates to the record you're looking at. Unlike the list of related records (which lists records that point at this record), this card lets you surface fields from records that are pointed at by this record.

Here's a couple of examples:

  1. When viewing a payment, surface fields from the payer (e.g. email address, phone number)

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  1. When viewing a person, surface fields from the organisation they work for (e.g. website, type)

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link Card settings

link Title & icon

This is fairly self explanatory. Feel free to pick the title and icon that you feel is most intuitive.

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The field on the record type that points at other record types. For example, the Payer field on payments, or the Person field on event attendees.

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link List of fields

For each record type that the related field above can point at, you'll see a drop-down list, where you can choose the fields that you'd like to surface in this card.

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link Frequently asked questions

link What is shown if a record points at multiple other records?

If a field includes multiple options in the related field, then you'll see some tabs appear - making it easy to see information from each of the related records.

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link Is it possible to edit pointed at records from the lookup list of fields card?

No. To edit pointed at records (e.g. the payer of the payment), you'll need to click through to the payer and edit them there.

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