I am designing a game with many "units" that consist of 15 data points each (Name, attack value, etc).
I am currently using Google Sheets, but one field of the data points (Ability) is in long form with bold, italics, etc and is very hard to read/edit natively.
Is there a way to use Airtable to have a data set which you can pull up via a Form that allows you to search/find any of the data sets (by 'Name' preferably) and edit the content which updates the database?
Heya, I’ve been working on an Airtable base with the primary purpose of object design for game development - with a field that returns JSON for use in languages (of which I dabble with GameMaker Studio).
There is surprisingly a lot of thought required for base design for such a purpose.
To answer your question - it sounds like you’d benefit from Airtables recent Interfaces feature - have you looked into them yet? They’ll allow you to browse and search your entered objects with relative ease. However, I have come up against search limitations within Interfaces, so not sure how much mileage you’ll get out of them.