Today, Integromat have announced their updated integration with Airtable!
I have been recommending Integromat to Airtable users for Automation and Integration for some time and this updated release removes the biggest issue with using the two together - the timeouts experienced when designing processes.
I’ve written an introductory blog post about the new version (and have several other posts about Integromat on my site as well) - and I think this is potentially a game changer for Airtable:
My conclusion - I think Integromat can really be seen as the ‘language’ to use to automate your Airtable workflows.
This is very welcoming news and the timing couldn’t be better, since I am in the middle of working on a scenario to delete duplicate records, (I am hoping that these changes will work in my situation) in Airtable. Also, It will make working with Airtable modules a lot easier, without timing out all the time.
Thank you for posting this latest news.
I noticed that you use Ninox, I have been using this app and the desktop version for a few years, too. It’s a great app. I use it as another database for my postage stamps (I have almost 2,000 records with images) so I don’t want to have just one database, in case something might happen. The support is really good and they are very helpful.
I see that the V1 app also has now the ability to Delete a record. Also, the V2 has lost the “New record in view” trigger, is integrated with “New Record” or something?
Edit: Oh yes, the descriptions say it:
Runs when a new record is added in view. Please note that in order for the trigger to work, you need to have (or add) a Created Time field to your view.
That’s a very good question - and one I had answered in a blog post some time ago - and have since revised:
With regards to Airtable specific advantages, they are few - but I do feel that Integromat has a lot more to offer in terms of logic capabilities than Zapier at the moment.
Integromat is far ahead from Zapier now.
Airtable’s “Last Modified Time” is game-changer as Integromat offers a trigger “Watch records” that can now apply to updated records and the “error: failed to load data” is gone for good as they have access now to Airtable’s private API.