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Using Automations to Create New Tasks

A very popular question I get regarding task management in Airtable is about creating new tasks that automatically get assigned to team members, based on a template. While there are a number of ways to do this (including a more advanced approach using an Airtable Script), I prefer to build automations directly inside of Airtable. The steps are straightforward, and editing the automation in the...

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Template for Tracking Fitness Goals

If you're looking to take greater control of your fitness, tracking your data is a critical step to achieve success. In business it is often said that what isn't measured isn't improved - this concept applies to personal life as well! If you want to shed pounds or increase muscle, you'll want to track your progress to stay motivated and keep your goal in front of you.

An easy...

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Airtable Template for Christmas Cards

Airtable is a fantastic tool for managing processes in your business and life. One thing that I track in it every year is sending holiday cards. It's arguably an older tradition, but I love taking time every year to sit with my family and recap the great things that occurred. We then compile this in our holiday newsletter that gets printed off at FedEx.

The part that we manage with Airtable is...

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How to Track Time and Labor in Airtable

Working with contractors can get complicated, especially when you ask them to submit their hours and timesheets. Not only that, but you also need to manage multiple rates over time, especially if you want to properly promote the best of your talent pool.

If tasked to build this in Airtable, our first inclination will often be to directly link a table of Rates to a table of Contractors -...

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