This article focuses on 'related' content: Which is two or more pieces of content that share a topic in common but are not the same claim or story. For example: "Covid-19 vaccine is a lie" and "Covid-19 vaccine has been delayed until 2042".
This is different from 'Similar' content: variations of the same claim or story. By definitions, those variations can be summarized or fact-checked using the same report or analysis. For similar content, see this article.
In this article you will learn:
Adding a relation
In the annotation tabs, click on 'Related' and add a relation using the button.
This opens a search window, where adding the type of related items, will display item cards that match the search.
Clicking the gear opens up extra search settings to refine the search.
Search options are filtered according to the media title and content, tags, metadata, and tasks. Click ‘UPDATE’ when you select the search settings to refresh the search result media cards.
You can select multiple item cards, then click ‘ADD RELATION’.
The related item will be displayed on the ‘RELATED’ tab
Relation between items are bi-directional
When item A is related to Item B, then item B is also related to item A. Opening an item that has been related to another will show the same relation:
One item can be related to many items - there is no limit. Each pair of items will show the relationship.
Breaking a relation
To break a relation, click the button at the top-right end of any related item
As previously, both items' relation list will be updated accordingly.
Note: The following items cannot be related:
Items that are in the trash. To relate items, restore the item from the trash.
Items that have secondary items linked to them