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On2Air Backups automatically backs up your Airtable data to Google Drive, Dropbox, or Box on a schedule.
Data loss in Airtable through accidental error, incorrect automation setups, human-error, or anything else can be devastating. If you’ve just discovered that you’ve lost some data or you fear it will happen to you, this is the source you need. In this tutorial, you’ll learn step-by-step what you need to do to restore your Airtable data.
Imagine you woke up one day, sat at your computer to start working and realized you lost some or all of your valuable business data. In this article, we’ll guide you through the process of scheduling automatic backups for your Airtable data using the On2Air Backups extension. We’ll show you how to keep your information safe and secure, so you can focus on what matters most—running your business.
Learn how this carbon removal company uses On2Air Backups to backup their vital company data stored in Airtable to Google Drive.
If you have multiple Airtable extensions in your base, there’s a simple way to manage all of them at once. Here’s how to use the Airtable Extensions administration dashboard made for adding, removing, and managing Extensions.
Airtable Extensions extend the functionality of your Airtable data and allow you to use it in new ways. In this tutorial, we’ll show you what Airtable extensions are and how you can use them in your business.
Have you ever wanted to open an Airtable base table, view, or record from your iPhone home screen?
In this article, we’ll show you how to set up a home screen Shortcut widget in just a few steps.