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Relating Resources

This section will go over how to relate resources.
Secoda is a powerful knowledge management platform that allows users to organize and access their resources in a centralized location. One key feature of Secoda is the ability to link resources to each other using the "Related Resources" function. Here is an overview of how this feature works:
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    Accessing the Related Resources Function: To use the Related Resources function in Secoda, you first need to select a resource that you want to link to another resource. Once you have opened the resource, you can click on the "Related Resources" button located at the right side of the page.\
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    Linking Resources: When you click on the "Related Resources" button, a pop-up window will appear that allows you to search for and select other resources to link to the current resource. You can search for resources by title, tag, or content. Once you have found the resource you want to link, you simply click on it to select it.\
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    Creating Relationships: Once you have linked two or more resources together using the Related Resources function, you can create relationships between them.\
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    Navigating Linked Resources: Once you have linked resources together using the Related Resources function, you can easily navigate between them.\
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    Building Knowledge Networks: The Related Resources function in Secoda is a powerful tool for building knowledge networks. By linking resources together and creating relationships between them, you can create a web of interconnected knowledge that allows you to explore different topics and ideas in a more holistic way.
Note: For resources within the catalog section, the related property is shown as a tab on the resource page
Overall, the Related Resources function in Secoda is a powerful feature that allows you to link resources together and create relationships between them. By using this feature, you can build knowledge networks and explore different topics and ideas in a more comprehensive way.
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