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11.5 Fields to Assist with Note Linking ↑

11.5.1 Also Known As

The word AKA can be used as both a label and a type.

“AKA” is a common abbreviation for the phrase “Also Known As,” and is used to introduce one or more alternative names.

A Collection should only have one field of type AKA.

This field type allows the user to assign one or more aliases for each Note in a Collection. Multiple alias values should have the individual values separated by commas, or by semicolons.

Wiki Style Links from other Notes may then refer to a Note through any of its AKA values, in addition to its title.

When editing, the AKA field will appear as a single line of editable text.

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