My “Published URL” column contains URLs of web pages.
Through API, I would like to be able to pull only the record containing a URL I supply in the call.
I am already successfully making a curl call with this…
$base = 'appPtTr2kigmLlCP8';
I have a question about Grouping…
I understand how to Group a grid view.
I am doing so by a Multi-Select field, called “Topic”.
The problem (which is one of preference) is that some of my items have more than one Topic assigned. The way Grouping work...
I’m aware of the demand for a date and time range field. I’m aware through this thread that you subsequently released a feature for Pro plans, and then closed the thread - SOLVED: Display Date Range in Calendar View
Should I take it, then, that you w...
One of my Bases is over its record limit.
I have deleted the number of records I believe should take me back within the limit.
But the Usage page counter still has not reset, the meter is still red, the count is still the same.
How long should it tak...
Not at all. I’m currently considering whether Airtable would be part of this stack at all, so I haven’t yet done anything.
I have indeed seen Airpress; looks like I would use that at some point. But for now, using WordPress at all may be overkill, so...
How do you use filterByFormula SEARCH inside a curl URL?
Let’s say I want to return only the record whose “Published URL” column value is “http://www.example.com/folder/file.html”
I don’t quite understand how to formulate it.
I’m now trying out Org Chart with some credit I built up.
It’s pernickety, like Airtable clearly wasn’t built for this.
And the lack of a Print option for the Org Chart is not very useful!