Yes, this is pretty straightforward in Zapier. If you set the trigger to airtable new row, then you can use the Dropbox “Find File” function in Zapier, then update your Airtable record with the Dropbox variable “File”. If you standardize the file names you can use custom data in the Dropbox function to pull unique files for each new record. Good luck!
OK I’ve fixed this. It’s not the File variable that needs to be used but the Direct Media Link variable. At least that’s what ended up working for me. Thanks for your assistance! This should work great.