My workflow looks for a new entry in
database A then subsequently creates an item in
database B. I have an existing relationship that I want to use to relate the item in database B with the item in database A. Unfortunately, it looks like this isn’t possible? I don’t see in the list of available fields the ability to use relationship property types.
Am I missing something?
Did you find a solution on this?
Hey ! someone found a workaround for this?
There about 20-30% of notions features continue to be unsupported by all 3rd party integrations.
This is an issue on notions side.
Please See these for reference.
Unfortunately, This is not available on any integration service: a limitation from notions side.
It is on their roadmap to support it for 3rd party applications pretty far down the road.
A Much More technical and not really recomended solution (click to reveal)The only solution I can think of today is writing a webscraper that does the same thing, but that uses a lot more resources(costs more to run) and is subject to breaking every time notion updates their page structure.
I am trying to setup a complex automation and feel a lil bit lost. Has anyone encountered the same issue ?
Here’s the use case :
→ I have a Database, with a template of customizable Landing pages. The use is to share those pages with clients. The pages are a bit complex : with columns, videos, voice notes and merge tags (ex. companyName, companyIncorporation)
→ I have a GSheet document with the custom info for each client
THE WORKFLOW :
→ Watch items in the Gsh…