We are experimenting with using AirTable to create a marketing editorial calendar, but are stuck because of the inability to see enough information on a per-record basis in the calendar view. Is there a way to expand the record size to show 2 lines? ...
We’re looking to improve how we organize and disseminate our marketing materials. In particular, we’ve found that we really can’t find any single way of organizing the materials that work for all use cases. Sometimes people want to find material...
Our AirTable record comments show up with qualitative relative dates, such as “2 mos ago”. I can hover over that to get the exact date, but for some of our tables we always need to see the exact date. Is there a way to toggle that on a per table...
We’re looking more flexibility in viewing AirTable data as calendar events. Has anyone tried TeamUp, which has a number of nice and flexible calendar display features for things like yearly planning, event management, etc?
Here’s a live demo. T...
Hi all –
Is there a way to force a sort / ordering of the columns in the matrix block? They appear in somewhat random order. I have column names representing months in a year, and I’d like them sorted chronologically.
Hi Mary –
We use Views extensively already, but there doesn’t seem to be a view that lets you do a search by filtering down various field values. Here’s an example of what we’re aiming for, from Github, using IMDB movies, where you can filter by acto...
Did you happen to confirm that you can influence the fields that appears in a Calendar event record view, e.g. based on which fields are shown/hidden in the top-most matrix View for that table? I can’t get it to work
Would love to see a way to explicitly control the filed visibility for the Calendar view records. This is particualrly helpful when you want to publish and share a calendar via the URL link, and only want to expose a subset of the record’s fields
I’m actually looking for something that abstracts out to the right level. So for example if you zoom out to month or quarter level, all the events span that whole month/quarter (vs the exact day within that month/quarter).
Something like this: