You can add as many Fields as you want for every Database. Here are Field categories: 

Basic Fields

  • Text — a single line of text.

  • Email — an email address.

  • Number — a number with formatting options (can be formatted as Integer or Decimal number, or Money with selected currency).

  • Single Select — select from a list of options.

  • Multi Select — select several options from a list of options.

  • Date — a date or date range with an option to include time.

  • Checkbox — a single checkbox.

  • URL — a link to some resource.

  • Phone — a phone number.

More complex fields

  • Relation. Connect Database together. For example, Feature may have many Tasks, or many Teams can be assigned to a Feature.

  • Formula. Calculate things. For example, total effort of all Tasks related to Feature.

  • Rich Text. Collaborate on a document. Great for a Feature description or an Article content.

  • Lookup. Show a field from a related Database.

  • Action Button. Program a button to automate actions (some knowledge of Javascript is required).


  • Files: upload and attach files to Entity — PDFs, slides and videos.

  • Assignments: assign people to Entity.

  • Avatar: custom avatar for every Entity — useful for Teams, Departments and Customers.

  • Comments: discuss Entity in a comments thread.

  • Workflow: visualize Entity’s state (Open, In Progress, Done — by default)

Add Fields

Database is useful when it has Fields. One way to add Fields is from any Entity of the Database. For example, open any Post and add a new Field:

The other option is to open Database setup screen and add new Fields there:

Delete & Rename Field

To Delete or Rename a Field, navigate to Spaces setup, select Database and click … near required Field:


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