To those experienced users out there.
I am a new user of Airtable.
I am planning to use Airtable to track Quality.
In this case, I have (A lot) of bases.
There’s also another base to aggregate all the NCR on all those bases, and some others … but I will skip those for now.
My question is this.
Thanks and regards.
While I am by no means an Airtable expert, i have been playing around with it for various business functions for a wee while now.
Sounds to me like you would be better off using fewer larger tables and use views to show the different outputs you are trying to achieve.
If tables 4-8 are just taking data already entered in another table then it would probably be more efficient for these especially to use views, you can set views up to show the data in various ways, filtered and / or grouped on various parameters, in a number of useful formats.
I hope that helps in some way