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Create relationships between experiments.
Who can use this feature?
👤 By default, all Admins and Editors (but not Viewers).
🏢 Available on all plans.
You can mark experiments as blocked, blocking, and related to help your team identify and remove blockers.
⌨️ Keyboard
🖱️ Mouse
⚡ Quick find
M then B to mark blocked
M then X to mark blocking
M then R to mark as related
Shift M to remove relations
  • In lists, right-click over selected experiments to add or remove relations.
  • From the experiment page, click the more menu (three dots) to add a relation.
  • Hover over the icon to see a preview of the experiment title and assignee.
  • To remove a relation, hover over it in the sidebar and press the ×.
Search mark blocked or blocking to mark as blocked or blocking
Search related or reference to mark as a related issue

Add relationships

From the experiment page, add a relation using keyboard shortcuts or by selecting the more menu (three dots) after saving the issue.
From a list, use either the keyboard shortcut, ⚡ Quick find or right click menu. You'll be prompted to find and select the related issue. You can add as many related, blocking or blocked flags as you like.
The experiment and type of relationship will show up in the experiment sidebar and as a flag icon in lists. Click on the related experiment to go to it or hover over it to see the assignee and status.
Mark experiments as related with M then R. Related experiments show up in the experiment sidebar under Related. When you reference experiments in a description or comment, they'll automatically become a related experiment.


Mark experiments as blocked by other issues with M then B. If other experiments are blocking the current experiment, they'll show up in the experiment sidebar with an orange icon under Blocked by. Once the blocking experiment has been resolved, the blocking issue icon turns green and moves under Related.


Mark experiments as blocking other issues with M then B. If the experiment is blocking other work, the blocked experiments show up in the experiment sidebar with a red icon under Blocks. Once the experiment issue has been resolved, the blocked experiment icon turns green and moves under Related.

Remove relations

To remove a relations icon, hover over it and mark the × the keyboard shortcut Shift M or the right click menu. If you have more than one relation, you'll be prompted to select which relation to remove.