At the end of each of your automations you could add a “run a script” action that pushes information about that particular run (i.e. the record id) to a webhook that triggers another automation that uses the webhook response to fill in a “log” table in another Airtable base.
And if runtime isn’t an issue and you only want to monitor automations from a single base, you could simply have them fill out their own logs by creating/updating table records.
Airtable does keep detailed logs of all runs and seeing how we can already access those manually from the drag-and-drop automation interface, it’d be nice if we didn’t have to reinvent the wheel in this regard.
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This would be really useful meta information to have. Unfortunately, currently the only way to tell what automations exist is to look at the list manually for every base. There are no notifications for the creation, deletion, or updating of an automation.
Can you limit who is a creator to only people that you trust to notify you outside of the system?