Airtable Top Contributors | March 2024

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Community Manager

Happy Spring, Airtable Community, and welcome to the March edition of our Top Contributors post! 🎉

Each month, we love to shout-out the incredible individuals in our community who go above and beyond to help others excel in their Airtable journey.

Our Top Contributors are not just knowledgeable and helpful, they're also friendly, passionate, and dedicated to spreading Airtable wisdom. Whether they're answering questions, sparking engaging discussions, or sharing Airtable with their networks, these folks truly embody the spirit of our community.

In March, our Top Contributors wowed us with their outstanding contributions: 87 solutions provided, 604 replies shared, and an impressive 193 kudos received! 🌟🚀

Let's dive in and meet our March Top Contributors who have been lighting up the community with their expertise and positivity:


Top Solution Authors 🧠

  1. @TheTimeSavingCo - 59 Solutions Authored 
  2. @ScottWorld - 23 Solutions Authored
  3. @Sho - 5 Solutions Authored

Top Replies 📨

  1. @TheTimeSavingCo - 339 Replies Authored 
  2. @ScottWorld - 245 Replies Authored
  3. @kuovonne - 20 Replies Authored

Top Kudoed Authors 👍

  1. @ScottWorld - 79 Kudos received 
  2. @TheTimeSavingCo - 78 Kudos received
  3. @kuovonne - 36 Kudos received


Highlighted Post of the Month:

This month’s highlighted post comes from @ids who came to the community seeking help with an API. What I love about this initial post from @ids is that they clearly explained their question and shared what other resources they’ve checked out so far. This kind of information can be super helpful for the rest of the community when trying to provide answers! 

I also loved @TheTimeSavingCo responses here - not only did they provide the solution to help out @ids, but they continued the conversation to dive deeper into what the error meant, so future APIs could be improved upon.

And finally, @ids marked @TheTimeSavingCo solution as “Accepted” which is helpful for anyone else out there who searches for a similar question, and is able to see that this solution actually solved the problem. Now the rest of the community can continue to benefit from this interaction! This kind of interaction is what I love about community. 🙂



We’ve had some incredible announcements so far this year, so in case you missed it, don’t forget to check out the Airtable AI launch, and the HIPAA compliance announcement!

We also launched the new Airtable Help Bot on our Help Center! This is a fantastic new resource to get quick answers to questions such as troubleshooting and billing so be sure to check it out.




Celebration Challenge:

To wrap up, let’s do our Celebration Challenge! I challenge all of our Top Contributors from March to tag a fellow community member you'd like to celebrate this month. Whether it's a new member making strides in Airtable or someone who has been a source of inspiration, share the love and positivity. Don't forget to include a link to their community activity and why you appreciate them!

This challenge is open to everyone, so let's fill the comments with good vibes and celebrate each other's successes.

Cheers to all, see you soon for the April recap! 🎉

1 Comment
18 - Pluto
18 - Pluto

Wow. That's a huge difference in numbers in the authors with the number of replies authored.

I managed to get the #3 spot with only 20 replies, which would be about one per working day (although I do not check the community every day and sometimes go weeks between posts).

Scott has the #2 spot has over 10 times as many replies! That averages over 10 replies per business day.

Adam has the #1 spot with about 50% more replies as Scott. He averages over 10 replies per calendar day.

While these numbers from Scott and Adam are very impressive, I wonder if the drop-off indicates a lack of diversity in the community. What will happen to the community when their client work picks up or a personal issue develops and they have less time to give away free advice to the community?

I also find it interesting that the kudos I received is more than 50% more than the number of replies I authored. That means that people must be giving kudos to past posts. There is a lot of valuable information in past posts. Imagine how helpful the community could be with improved search of past conversations?