This article will discuss importing connections between object.
You can use an import to create connections to other records. When you import records into an existing object, you can choose which field from that object to match the column in your CSV to. Likewise, you can can also match a column in your CSV to a field in a connecting object. Knack will then use that match to find a record to connect to.
These connection fields are in the format of ObjectName > FieldName and will be at the bottom of the list of current fields:
In the example above, we’re importing a CSV of employees. We match a column for company names is to a connected Company object's Company name field. The import will use the value of that column to search for any companies that have the same name. If it finds one, it will connect the employee record - created by the row in the CSV - to that company.