In Bynder you can create multiple types of dependencies. For example, you can create a setting in which a metaproperty or a metaproperty option displays only when another metaproperty option is selected (single dependency). You can make a metaproperty option dependent on several other metaproperty options (group dependency). You can also set a custom trigger, for example, selecting one metaproperty option results on selecting another option.
To create custom triggers, see Create custom triggers for metaproperties.
When you edit assets and you change the parent metaproperty option, its dependencies get cleared. For example, if cities are dependent on countries, and you edit your assets and change your selection of the country, the formerly selected city option gets cleared.