Rollup Field (Relationships)

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The Rollup Field is part of our Relationships feature — collecting and displaying all the various Relationships and corresponding field data related to a task!

In your task view, you'll see it as a table built into the left side of your task. Different categories of Relationships will be separated out into rows, and columns can be added to the Rollup Field to include relevant details for your Rollup Field components.

What you'll need

  • Rollup fields for Relationships are available on every ClickUp Plan.
  • A Workspace owner or admin must enable the Relationships ClickApp. 

Add rollup field in Task view

Rollup Fields allow you to pull in-field data from your task in the Relationship.

To add a rollup field in Task view: 

  1. Make sure that the Relationships ClickApp is enabled for your Workspace. 
  2. Navigate to the task table in Relationships.

  3. Click on the plus + circle in the top right of the task table.

  4. Select the field you want to pull in.

  5. Optional: give it a custom name.

  6. Optional: if the field supports it, you can have it calculate.

  7. Click Add.   

If you don't see the Custom Field that you're looking for, you'll need to first create a Custom Relationship using the tasks in specific List option. Check out this article for more information. 

Gif showing how to add a rollup field to List view.

We currently support the following relationships:

  • Task: bring in task fields

  • Dependency: bring in task fields

  • Custom (link to anywhere): bring in task fields

  • Custom (link to List): bring in task fields & Custom Fields

Add rollup field in List view

You can also create rollup fields right from a List view. 

To create a rollup field in List view: 

  • In List view, navigate to the plus icon to add a new column.

  • Select Rollup from the create new field section.
  • Give your rollup a name.

  • Select from available Relationships or create a new one.

  • Select the field to pull in.

  • Optional: If the field supports it, you can have it calculate. 

You can also display rollups you have already created by navigating to the Hidden section in the add new column drop-down and looking for your existing rollup.

In List view when there is a calculation, we will display the result. When no calculation is applied, we'll display all values in a comma-separated List.

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