I’m really excited to share something that has been a long time in the making and one I think will help a lot of people. I’m curious: how many of you use Zapier for your Airtable integrations? I wanted to get a general poll for a sense of how people are using automation with Airtable:
POLL: Do you use Zapier for your Airtable integrations?
- I have no need for Zapier
- Nope, I use another platform
- No, but I might in the near future
- Yes, and it does absolutely everything I want it to
- Yes, but I need it to do more (it lacks key functionality)
Excited to tell you about a project I’ve been working on and finally ready to launch! I’d welcome your feedback and insights on this. It truly is a game changer for what you can do with Airtable and opens the door for endless possibilities.
Disclaimer: We are not associated with Airtable or Zapier (although we are an Expert Partner of Zapier). Using this product requires entering your API key into Zapier and our connector which means we technically do have access to it, however we do not store it on our systems anywhere. It is only stored on Zapier’s systems, similar to the existing connector.
What we’ve done: created an advanced Airtable-Zapier connector based on our experience and a lot of feedback from real-world companies’ experience
Who it’s for and why: any size companies using Airtable that rely heavily on automation in their workflows, and need it to do more (can I get an amen for triggering every time a record is updated, not just once?!)
What the connector includes: I’ve put together this chart to show the side-by-side of what the original Zapier connector has vs. what we’ve made:
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How you can help: check out the connector page, give some feedback here, and if it’s a fit for what you’re doing give it a try (use coupon code SHOWANDTELL for 10% off - offer good till end the month)
For full documentation on how it works, check out our knowledge base.
– the Openside Team
P.S. Here are a few use case examples of what it can do
This is an example of what we’ve been able to accomplish using this connector