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Automation for Updating Dependent Task Dates

A chain of events is a difficult thing to plan out when (as in most cases) things are subject to change. For this reason, I rarely attempted to build solutions with this level of granularity in Airtable. Specifically, TASKS usually rely on a dependency to be completed before they can begin. Like a row of dominoes, if one task gets removed or changed, the whole chain will suffer...

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Creating a Weekly Summary of Events

Someone in the forums recently asked about creating a weekly summary of events to be submitted in an automated email. If grabbing bulk data was possible within Zapier or Airtable automation, this would be a fairly easy thing to automate. However, bulk data isn't natively available to these platforms... so then how can we build an automated process?

The secret lies in linking these records to...

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Organizing Job Applications and Review

Building a workflow in Airtable is an important part of creating scalable processes. One workflow that almost all growing businesses have is the need to receive and review job applications. In this video, I break down how you can create an application process using Airtable and also how to automate the creation of managerial review.

Of course, review is a semi-manual process. There will always...

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How Airtable Automations Differ from Zapier

With the new release of the Airtable Automations feature, Airtable has unlocked amazing new potential for its users. While it's still in the early stages, this feature allows us to automate from directly inside our databases, without needing to use a third-party software. But does this mean that users can completely abandon their Zapier accounts and run all of their automation directly inside...

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Capture Historical Data Snapshots in Airtable

The most powerful feature of Airtable is that it is a relational database. However, this very capability can often prove troublesome. More specifically, a relational database is outstanding at presenting the current state of things. However, it's not always the best fit for demonstrating historical data.

For example, imagine you have an inventory tracking database built in Airtable. As new...

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