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Hi all, notion newbie here.

I want to have a simplified second-brain database. so my whole notebook contains three database

[information database] linked to [tags database](not tag column), and a [projects database]

My workflow is:
a piece of information is recorded on a page in [information database]
I assign tags from [tags database] to this page
when a project comes up. I create a project page in [projects database]
I insert an inline database of [information database] into the project page, filter by relevant tags
obtain a list of information that is relevant to my project.
I then go through the filtered pages one by one and record all important keynotes.

I would like a way to generate a checkbox column next to these filtered info pages. and check them off as "complete" as I review each page.

I am thinking to make [information database] generate a new checkmark column somehow whenever I inline the database to a new project, and only this new chcekmark column will be visible when others stay hidden.

Can I do this? if not what is your suggestion? appreciate your time and pointers

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polle Points79930

You are correct and where the information database is displayed you need to add a filter where checkbox is not checked, that is it.

It will show only unchecked items and you can also add another view to only see the checked ones.

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CoolBeanDave commented

Thank you for the reply, but is there a way to have this done automatically whenever I created a new inline database?

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polle commented

It is not possible to create a new inline database with the properties you decide.

The only way to do it and the correct one, is to use a single and shared information database, then you should use a view of the information database and not a completely new one each time.

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