How to Create One-to-Many Object Relationships with Cosmic

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Community Articles How to Create One-to-Many Object Relationships with Cosmic

The Multiple Object Relationship Metafield allows you to connect multiple Objects to an Object.  This enables you to create a one-to-many relationship in addition to the one-to-one relationship available with the Single Object Relationship Metafield. Add, edit and remove your connected Objects easily and reorder them with a simple drag and drop.

Use Case Example

This is a good solution for creating an Object Type like a Blog Post that will always need to have relationships with Objects such as an author, a tag, a teaser and so on. 



Build One-to-Many Object Relationships with Cosmic

Extend your Cosmic Objects with Metafields. You can choose to create single Object relationships or multiple Object relationships by simply following the prompts within the Metafield Modal. 



I hope that you've found this tutorial helpful. If you have questions or comments about Content Editor Features in the Cosmic system, I'd love to hear about them. 

carson@cosmicjs.com 

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