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Richard_Foxwort
7 - App Architect
7 - App Architect

I want to provide some self-serve capabilities to customers so they can view and update their customer record in my Airtable, plus ideally also access a Stripe-hosted subscription management portal.

I need to allow users to login to view and update various fields in their own record only - preferable magic email style login rather than make them remember yet another username & password.

I also want to embed/link to a Stripe-hosted subscription portal from within this more general Airtable Portal, so a subscriber may authenticate with the general portal, then access Stripe subscription portal functionality. This requires the Airtable general portal page to host some JS : Integrate the customer portal | Stripe Documentation

Does anyone have experience achieving similar things? I’ve found some candidate external apps that look like they could be useful starting points:

  • Stacker
  • Pory
  • Mini Extensions
  • Softr
  • Noloco
  • Jet Admin

Does anyone have particular experience or recommendation for or against any of these?

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I really like MiniExtensions, and they also offer some basic Stripe integration as well.

I’ve heard good things about Softr, and another new one on the market which is receiving positive feedback is Glide.

p.s. If you have a budget for your project and you’d like to hire an expert Airtable consultant to help you create this, please feel free to contact me through my website at https://www.scottworld.com

paulo
4 - Data Explorer
4 - Data Explorer

Greetings! The login functionality of miniExtensions' form and portal accommodates scenarios where users don't need to remember passwords. Explore more at: https://miniextensions.com/miniextensions-form-with-login-page/

For seamless login, users can receive an email/phone verification code, serving as a one-time password (OTP). Learn how to set it up in this informative article: https://docs.miniextensions.com/en/articles/6831605-how-to-let-portal-form-users-log-in-without-a-pa...