Airtable is a cloud-based project management system. According to the company’s website, it is a spreadsheet-like database solution. This spreadsheet-database hybrid features powerful capabilities to create and share relational databases. With a simple and visually pleasing user interface, Airtable allows anyone to create a database in minutes. Users can store, organize, collaborate on information like inventory, sales leads, new orders placed, delivery partners onboarded, employee directories, and more.
While users love how they don’t need to learn SQL or how scripting works, there are situations where Airtable is not a complete solution.
For the visual learners out there, we have a short YouTube video explaining the whole process in detail. In the video, we go over:
All that’s left to do now is connect the APIs added in Step 2 to Controls added in Step 3. To do this, you can click on any control. Click on bind data on the top right, click on “connector”, and select the connector you made on Step 1. Once you do this for all controls, your admin panel is now ready! You can preview it to ensure it works and publish it when ready to share it with your organization.