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Launch of Air WP Sync, a WordPress plugin to import and sync data from Airtable to WordPress

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Stephane-DK
6 - Interface Innovator
6 - Interface Innovator

Hi everyone,

Finally, after several months of work, tests, sweats and coffees, Air WP Sync is finally born !

Connect Airtable to your WordPress and manage your content better without Zapier or Make (Ex-Integromat), directly from your WP admin.
Identify the Airtable fields you wish to link to WordPress and choose the format for your imported contents: articles, pages, products, etc.
Link Airtable fiels to WordPress fields and simply define your ideal update frequency.

==> Our plugin will automatically sync everything swiftly.

Download it here for free : Air WP Sync – WordPress plugin | WordPress.org

This is the very first release, Pro version is coming soon.
Subscribe here to be informed of the release : Airtable to WordPress Integration

Stephane
WP connect
Digital Korner

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Joe_Hewes
7 - App Architect
7 - App Architect

Tried this out and it works great!

Initial thought would be that it would be nice to have this sync with a particular view rather than a whole table at a time - I’m experiencing first sync taking a long time it would be nice to be able to work with a subset of the data.

Can’t wait to try the Pro version out as this looks really promising - Great work to all the team :slightly_smiling_face:

I really like your approach to let users map Airtable fields to a particular Wordpress field such as the Featured Image.

Thanks @Kamille_Parks !

Thanks @Joe_Hewes !
You’re totally right for the view sync, that’s a brilliant idea.
I added it to our backlog for the Pro Version. :slightly_smiling_face:

Hugh_Campbell2
4 - Data Explorer
4 - Data Explorer

I wrote an importer a few years back that could perform a similar sync. It extended to hierarchical taxonomies as well, so you could manage taxonomy terms and classifications in AirTable, as well as populating custom fields that mirrored some of the table / row joins that are possible, like ‘related posts’. Due to the lack of any metadata API back then, it was only single use.

Do you have plans to extend this to handle taxonomy terms?

Hi @Hugh_Campbell2, yes the metadata API is not public yet, we hope it will be soon ! And yes, we handle taxonomy terms.

Joachim_Brindea
6 - Interface Innovator
6 - Interface Innovator

Hello,

I have a table with tons of posts from different sites.
Would it be possible to use a filter formula like on integromat/make.com

{Website}=”myblog.com”

or

{status}=published

Since it’s handled natively by the API, I think it should be quite easy for you and life-changing for me!

Here is how it looks like in Make.com:
image

Thank you very much
Joachim (future pro user)

Joe_Hewes
7 - App Architect
7 - App Architect

I’ve solved this problem by creating a view in Airtable that contains the data set I want, and then syncing that to a new table within a separate base on Airtable. Then use that as your sync table source in Wordpress.

As I mentioned previously it would great if we could just sync to Wordpress a particular view, but the above is a reasonably simple workaround for subsets.

Hi Joachim,

Due to many requests, we are working on a new feature that will allow you to select a view within a table instead of synchronizing the whole table. In your example, this will allow you to create a view with a Status=“Processing” filter directly in Airtable and then select the corresponding one in our plugin! The update will be available in the fall, along with the Pro version. For now, you can configure your Airtable as suggested in the post just before by @Joe_Hewes (great idea by the way) if you really need it.

Thanks for using Air WP Sync!