Dec 18, 2023
I've created an airtable that is populating customer subscription changes via a Zapier integration with our revenue tool, Chargebee.
The changes occur in the "Subscription Status" column in the airtable base:
This is working, however when I try to create new views dedicated to those subscription statuses (active, pause, cancelled, and new), those updates aren't occurring in those views.
Eg. the second record you can see in the screenshot is a new subscription that I created, then paused. Both of these actions were recorded successfully.
However, the subscription itself is not appearing in either the new subscription view (after creation occurred) nor the pause subscriptions view (after pause occurred).
I tried two methods: duplicating the "All Subscriptions" view, and also simply creating a new grid view.
Is there a simple step I'm missing to link new views to the original one?
Dec 31, 2023
You need to set filters on the views to control which records you want to see.
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