+1 this. A few of us are evaluating airbase for our non-profit and the first thing I was asked was if we can link between bases.
Here’s my use-case: I have a base for all email marketing. In something like a project manager, an email task could live in two categories: one of all my emails, and one the specific project. Right now, I either have to choose whether to put an email in email base (therefore seeing a larger view of all emails I need to create for different initiatives) or my smaller project (therefore not seeing it with my master list). Sure, I could copy/paste records, but that creates extra work and more room for error. I’d rather just link it, and then my coworkers can see a master view of everything in their project (which would include things like, emails, website updates, firect mail, etc). If I had everything in one base, the sheer amount of data would be too much - even with the powerful filtering features (which I use a lot).
Please add this - Airtable is basically being compared to basic features in excel, and if we can’t meet those then we may not be able to continue with Airtable.