Jun 10, 2018 11:01 PM
airtable features are very nice
but what does 1200 records per base limit means??
does it mean users count
Jun 11, 2018 12:44 AM
No it means you can create a maximum of 1200 records per base you create :winking_face:
Jun 11, 2018 02:49 AM
sorry i have less coding knowlegde.
iam having an app which provides stock market tips
recently i found that you partnered with thunkable.
what does record mean??
every time a user collects data from spread sheet, will it be considered as a record
Jun 11, 2018 03:40 AM
A row in a table is a record - so it’s the total number of rows in all of your Tabs (Tables) in your base.
Jun 11, 2018 04:04 AM
I recommend you to read the introduction: https://guide.airtable.com/introduction-to-databases/
“Records – Records are the database equivalent of a row in a spreadsheet. Each record is basically an item in your list. In a table of books, each record is a different book” https://diigo.com/0cdqng
Apr 16, 2020 09:36 PM
Making sure of something here. If I have a table of people’s names and then another table of locations, and I link them. Lets say I have 50 people’s names and 50 states they could possibly live in. That means my base will have 100 records total, regardless if I link people to all the states?
But, if I have two columns in one base, name and location, and put in each location, then I will only have one table with 50 total rows, so just 50 records?
It seems as though linking is unduly penalized in this way. Am I misunderstood?