I need to know if is somehow possible not to include a specific field in the revision history.
I have a field which include tecnical data and it changes often, and this really distract when you try search something in the history…
Welcome to the community, @Alessio_Rossi! :grinning_face_with_big_eyes: I’m not aware of a way to exclude a field from the revision history. It might be worth it to reach out to Airtable support and see if there’s some undocumented way of doing this, though.
When I've encountered this problem, I use the following workaround:
Create a new table (or use an existing one--I usually have a table reserved for all kinds of hacky stuff like this)
Link all the records from your initial table (Table A) to separate records in the new table (Table B)
You need to maintain a one-to-one mapping from records in Table A to records in Table B. If you are constantly making new records in Table B, look up how to have an automation create the links for you
Create a field in Table B with all the values from the field in question from Table A
Switch the field in question from Table A to a lookup of the new field in Table B
You will have to edit the values in Table B, rather than in Table A--but that's the price you pay. To be clear, this is a terrible workaround, but it seems to be the only way to avoid flooding the revision history. There are a few feature requests which would provide a better user experience. Give them an upvote!