Here are a few things we wanted to share with you this week from the Airtable and the BuiltOnAir Community!
📣 Discussions in the BuiltOnAir Airtable Community
- Quick Groups now in Airtable – Check out the thread in the community here!
- Community question – is there a way to list the fields/field ids in a view from the API or scripting?
- Community question – Is there a way to be able to mark fields as Required in Interfaces?
- Updates to the Field Validator app in the Airtable marketplace –See the thread here.
- Check this out! A creator in the community is looking for feedback – “I am building a tool called AirtableToolkit, allowing to programmatically (through API) access new features like : creating tables, creating fields, and renaming fields” – See what other members are suggesting and add your own!
🎙The Latest BuiltOnAir Podcast
In this episode, hosts Kamille and Dan are joined by special guest and friend of the show Rebecca Elam.
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Airtable App Marketplace Highlights
Barcode Generator – Easily generate barcodes for your data.
Tellephant – Connect Airtable to your WhatsApp Business Account.
Airtable Universe Highlights
Financial/Loan Formulas: PMT, FV, PPMT, IPMV – This base contains the underlying math used in the following functions: PMT, FV, PPTM, IPMV.
Mail Merge with Lob.com – This shared base demonstrates how you can perform a mail merge using Airtable and the Lob.com service.
/AIRCALENDAR – “A helpful tool to use Airtable capability as a calendar. /aircalendar features include countdowns, Google Calendar links and auto-magical sorting. While not a plug-and-play solution yet (some set-up and use of JQuery and others are required) it still provides great function with minimal work.”
AIRTABLE PRICING ESTIMATOR – “The Airtable Pricing Form is a simple tool created by Gap Consulting to help their clients and others find the right fit for which Airtable product to use, then estimate the annual cost of using the product.”
— Love, the BuiltOnAir Team