Knowing the relationships between your Contacts can be very useful, especially in the case or families and extended families.
You can define as many different types of relationship as you like. These can be 'directional', meaning they are different in each direction (e.g. Parent of <-> Child of) or 'non-directional', meaning they are the same either way, (e.g. Married to).
We recommend keeping relationship gender neutral otherwise you will need to define a lot of different ones.
Here are some good examples:
Parent of <-> Child of
Grandparent of <-> Grandchild of
Last updated 14:30 on 9 August 2019