I see that you can get all records from a table or view - and even sort them. But what if you want a subset - for example all those records connected to another record? It’s not always possible or desirable to create views for this type of thing?
I’ve been playing with the scripting block a little and it’s definitely a major step in the right direction - well done!
However, my first thought after running Hello World was how do I trigger a particular script from an event (say updating of a par...
I’ve just added a new post to my blog Online Database Expert which shows how to use Integromat to create Barcodes from Airtable records and then post the resulting barcode (or QR Code) image back into the Airtable record. You can see all of the posts...
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There is no real “issue” with this approach - except that it means that most of your People data would actually reside in the Form Submissions table and be looked up from there. This means that entering any data would need to be do...
@kuovonne I have experimented with the code I showed above and it can deal with about 180 records to update in one run - the limit is not the 100 records but rather the 30 second run time limit.
In principle I agree with you that it would be better t...
I had my Integromat / Make thinking hat on when I responded to your question I think…
@Justin_Barrett is correct that you will need a script to do this natively in Airtable - so I thought I would create one for you.
The first ...
It sounds like you just need to add a conditional action to the automation testing for the condition Status = Done and then have the action update the status to Archive:
Come back to me if you need more help.