Set Up Your Data Your Way
Optimize your Steedos data to fit the unique needs of your users. You can create your own objects with data that fits together in the ways that make the most sense for you.
Store Information That’s Unique to Your Organization
Create custom objects to store information that’s unique to your organization.
Customize standard and custom fields to tailor your org to your own unique requirements.
Calculate Field Values with Formulas
A formula is an algorithm that derives its value from other fields, expressions, or values. Formulas can help you automatically calculate the value of a field based on other fields.
📄️ Custom Objects
Building applications on the Steedos platform often requires the creation of one or more custom objects to store all necessary business data. Custom objects can be considered as tables in a database, containing a series of fields where you can store data.
🗃️ Field Types
🗃️ Calculate Field Values with Formulas
📄️ Object Relationships
Steedos's robust data model allows you to build complex data structures by defining relationships between objects. These relationships are the foundation for connecting various data points and sharing data across the entire platform.
📄️ Custom Button
Create custom buttons for objects and design button functions using Amis.
📄️ External Data Sources
An external data source specifies how to access an external system. External data sources have associated external objects, which your users and the Steedos platform use to interact with the external data and content.
📄️ List Views
View, edit, and create records from a list. List views are a great way to sort, prioritize, and analyze the records that are most important to users.
📄️ Page Layouts
Page layouts control the layout and organization of buttons, fields and related lists on object record pages. They also help determine which fields are visible, read only, and required. Use page layouts to customize the content of record pages for your users.
📄️ Validation Rules
Improve the quality of your data using validation rules. Validation rules verify that the data a user enters in a record meets the standards you specify before the user can save the record. A validation rule can contain a formula or expression that evaluates the data in one or more fields and returns a value of “True” or “False”. Validation rules also include an error message to display to the user when the rule returns a value of “True” due to an invalid value.