yes, that’s possible.
You can have only one filterByFormula parameter.
But you can treat filterByFormula just like a regular Airtable formula field.
You could try it like this:
API-based processes should never be dependent on configurations easily changed by everyone.
Lol. And so agrees everyone who has had an automation send off hundreds of emails in error when someone changes the filteri...
That’s actually fairly straightforward to do.
Inside an automation you can use the fetch() method to call the url and it will return the status code.
Here is an example automation of how this could be implemented:
First we set our url field as an inp...
This depends on what triggers the automation.
It will probably work best, if the automation is triggered by “When record matches conditions” and you set one of the conditions as status is drop-off.
An alternative would be to create a view that conta...