Thank you for being such a helpful community, I have learnt a lot by reading through questions and answers.
I want to ask a question, and also check that it is not based on a false assumption:
My preferred way of working is to have one place to see all my tasks.
If I understand correctly the best way to do this is to implement a master task list, then create a field for project to tie the project together.
I know Coda has the Cross-Doc function which I have already used to replicate my contact list in each doc, but as far as I know, it is only one way and wouldn’t work to centralsie all tasks.
My thought is to then create a page in the doc for each project with sub pages for each part of that project: wikis, charts etc.
Am I right in assuming this is the best way of obtaining a centralised master task list?
Second part of the question, if the first part is correct:
I understand filters, but is there any way to automatically (preferably) or manually associate a page and its sub-pages with an entry in the project database? So every row has a page?
It was a nuisance in Notion that each time you created a project you had to re-do filters on all your tables to tie them to the new project field.
I trust that I am clear and thank you for your assistance.