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Static and dynamic links: Placker custom attribute
Static and dynamic links: Placker custom attribute
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Written by Gustavo Simões Braga
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Static and dynamic link custom attributes can be added in Placker to create a button where you can add links or arguments for a dynamic link.

For example, if you have published a page in your website and would like your team to review, you can add a static link attribute called "Page URL".

How to create custom attributes

The steps of creating this type of attribute is the same as other custom attributes.

Static links

For these attributes, simply set a title and a fixed link to be available in cards.

Now, whenever you click a card, there will be a button where you can add the link, which can be accessed or edited later.

Dynamic links

The difference in dynamic links is that you can have a URL that is partially static, and partially based on other custom attributes or external fields.

For example, we are going to create a link to a page in the Placker website that will be specified in the "page" text attribute.

The value of the text attribute is "about". Now, clicking the link will take you to

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