When linking different tables (A => B) together, the linked tables gets a reverse link field (B => A).
Question 1: Sometimes, this doesn’t happen. Is there a rule to it, or might this be a bug?
Anyway, my main question is this:
Question 2: When linking within the same table, is there a way to find out how many other rows are linking to a given row? With different tables, it’s easy, because every link column has its counterpart in the target table. Within a table, I have found no such thing.