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Authorization Process With Airtable

Note: Airtable is available in the free and pro versions.

Airtable is a cloud-based, relational database that combines features of a spreadsheet, database, and project management tool.
Bit Integrations now allows users to input data into spreadsheets in rows. Once a form or task is completed via Bit Integrations Trigger, the relevant details will be stored in an Airtable table.

To integrate with Airtable follow, the below steps.

Process of Authorization and Integration

  1. Search & Select Airtable from the actions pages

  2. Integration Name: Set the proper integration name. Default it's taken 'Airtable'.

  3. After that, you have to copy the API key from your Airtable account & paste the key on the field.
    To get the API key,

  • Click on Airtable Personal access tokens
  • Click on Create Token to create a new token
  • Select scopes (data.records:read, data.records:write, schema.bases:read, schema.bases:write)
  • Select workspace All current and future bases in all current and future workspaces
  • Click on Create token
  • Copy the API key and paste into API Key field of your authorization form. And Click on Authorize button
  1. Click on Next to set up the other integration settings ahead.

  2. After completing the authorization process, Select Base and Table of your choices from the drop-down options. If you don't see any Base and Table. Click on the refresh button.

  3. You will find the Map Field option. You have to map all the necessary fields with the related Airtable field. You can also send custom values by mapping your required field. If you don't see any fields. Click on the refresh button. After mapping the desired fields, click on Next button.

  4. Now save the integration by clicking the Finish & Save Button

  5. We have an option in every integration Timeline where you can check integration success or error status.

  6. Also, you can Edit Clone Delete the integration.

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