Im looking for someone show me how I can stack rollups from multiple tables into 1 summary table. Would like to be able to do this myself… but will be happy to pay for the tutorial
For example (this is abbreviated)
Table 1 … Has a rows for every day.
Column 1… is Unique Page Views… Column 2 is Leads that came from the page views… Column 3 is a formula that calculates the conversion rate
Table 2 & 3… Same thing
I’d to create a table that has a row that summaries the sums of the values of each table … with each ROW being a table
Table 1 - Total Page Views In April , Total Opt-ins In April (The Conversion Rate would be a formula )
Table 2 - Total Page Views In April , Total Opt-ins In April (The Conversion Rate would be a formula )
Table 3 - Total Page Views In April , Total Opt-ins In April (The Conversion Rate would be a formula )
Let me know if you can help or have any questions
I’d be happy to discuss some ideas with you, as well as getting a better understanding of how the Airtable will be an asset to your team and business. As a full time freelancer based in the U.S., I am very familiar with Airtable, Web Design, Zapier / Automations, Digital marketing and other online software.
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@Stephen_Prior Thanks for the feedback, Stephen. What would make you feel confident? What you are asking is relatively straightforward. Unfortunately, the best way is really just to engage with one of the consultants that respond to your enquiry.
But for your benefit
There are three people who have responded - One with a DM, one with a picture and one with a resume. You have three people who’ve all kindly responded to your post in three different ways. Your options here are to respond to one of these people, and engage with them, or wait it out for another person who can make you feel confident, and if that isn’t with a compelling resume, a personalised direct message or a nice professional picture…Then please help the community get better at addressing your needs, because we’re clearly falling short :laughing:
A good place to start is… “I’ve solved this before” . "Did something similar with [insert situation]. "
Or “I’ve done some research… And I’m pretty sure I have this worked out.”
A cutsie little graphic doesn’t do that for me. All 3 responses show (to me at least) that zero thought was put into the specific issue. They are just generic moonshots to hopefully close a sale that are probably used on multiple posts like mine. (Like a graphic that says “need airtable help? Pull up a chair”)
15 people could respond the same way. I wouldn’t consider any. Especially since I even provided follow up feedback as to what I’m looking for.