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Add child views to Custom Object detail views
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What child views are
A child view is a view of events or other Object records that you add to an Object detail view.
For example, to this detail view of a studio, the Yoga Center added two child views called Classes and Teachers.
The Classes child view lists only class events held at the West Seattle studio. The Teachers child view lists only teachers who teach at the West Seattle studio.
By including child views in each studio detail view, the Yoga Center provides site visitors with a complete picture of each studio's activity in one handy location.
Which child views are available
The specific child views you can add to a detail view depend upon the relationship between the two Objects.
For example, in the Teachers Object defined by the Yoga Center, Studio appears as a field. This automatically makes Teacher child views available to the Studio Object.
By default, the child view will correspond to the view you defined for the Object's spud.
For example, the defined view for the Teachers Object spud is a list view that includes photos. By default, this view appears as the child view in the Studio detail.
If the default view doesn't present the information in quite the right way, you can create a customized child view
For example, the Yoga Center created a customized view of the Events Object for use as a Studio detail child view. The customized child view eliminates the unnecessary Studio column that appears in the default view.
How to create a customized child view
How to add a child view to an Object detail view
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