Re: For four days, forms on mobile Safari do not let user to choose in date fields and selection fie

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4 - Data Explorer
4 - Data Explorer

We cannot select anything in date fields nor single-select fields. Selection in link fields are fine. 

The forms are not restricted to the company's domain. They are password protected. Users use the forms on Safari app on iPads.

I can fill and submit the forms without problem on a computer under my account. 

I assume that the problem occurs throughout 2 pm--5am UTC, but this is a guess.

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4 - Data Explorer
4 - Data Explorer

I just discovered that when Safari is on Mobile Website mode, the forms work. When I "Request Desktop Website", the forms do not work in that mode.

18 - Pluto
18 - Pluto

Yeah, unfortunately, Airtable is currently broken in dozens of different ways on iPads, so Airtable can not be effectively used on iPads at the moment.

And you’ve just scratched the tip of the iceberg there. You also can’t switch between different tabs in grid view, and dozens of other problems with Airtable on an iPad.

For starters, be sure to report these bugs to Airtable is really bad about fixing bugs in their product, so we can only hope & pray that they will fix these problems in a timely manner.

In the meantime, if you need form functionality on your iPads, you can get 100% working forms by rebuilding your forms with Fillout’s advanced forms for Airtable.

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