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How to Manage and Organize Your Airtable Extensions
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 and Apps: An In-Depth Guide
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.
How to Create a Summary Report in Airtable
Reporting on business information using your data in Airtable is a vital part of company operations. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create summary reports in Airtable, how to automate record links to a report, and how to generate a document or presentation to share the information with others.
How to Quickly Open any Airtable Record on the Airtable iPhone App
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.
How to Display Data From Your Airtable Records on Your Forms
If you’re using forms in Airtable, there are many times you probably want to display data from your record on your form. Or maybe you want the form user to choose a specific record from your Airtable base in the form?
In this post, we’ll cover how you can use On2Air Forms for Airtable to display any data from your base on a form. We’ll also show you how you can filter your forms to show your users only what matters to them and then send the information back to Airtable.
How to Use Conditional Logic in Your Airtable Forms (Interactive Guide + Video)
With Airtable forms, you can capture data anytime and even add conditional logic to show only the most relevant fields to your user. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to set up a form in Airtable and use conditional logic in the form to display a field only when a previous field is completed with a ‘Yes’ answer.