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Learn The Fundamentals of Airtable and How to Use it For Your Next Project

What you will learn

Learn the Fundamentals of Airtable

How to create a table

How fields work in Airtable

How to work with records

Airtable basics to advanced funcionality

Build Airtable project from scratch

Customize tables, records and fields

Much more!

Description

In this course you will get up to speed on how to use Airtable.

Airtable is a spreadsheet-database hybrid, with the features of a database but applied to a spreadsheet. Airtable is an easy-to-use online platform for creating and sharing relational databases. The user interface is simple, colorful, friendly, and allows anyone to spin up a database in minutes.

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While programs like Excel function only as traditional spreadsheets, Airtable works similarly to both spreadsheets and databases. As a spreadsheet, you can structure information in a grid view with the expected format of columns, rows, and cells.

We will begin the course on how to create a table and how fields work, such as text and number fields, date/time fields, value list fields, attachment fields, and formula fields. We’ll go over how to work with records, including how to import external records; how to create, edit, and delete records; how to filter records; and how to sort and group records.


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Airtable gives you several different ways to view your data, and we’ll go through all the view options.  You’ll learn how to link tables and how to incorporate lookup fields.

Simply, Airtable takes the best aspects of spreadsheets and databases, and puts them together.

Airtable can store information in a spreadsheet that’s visually appealing and easy-to-use, but it’s also powerful enough to act as a database that businesses can use for customer-relationship management (CRM), task management, project planning, and tracking inventory.

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Content

Introduction
Introduction
Getting Started
Visualize database structure
Base and table creation
Working with fields
Fields
Primary and text-based fields
Single select and multiple select fields
Date and time fields
Attachment field
Checkbox, ratings and number-based fields
Formula fields
Records
Creating, editing, deleting, and expanding records
Import records
Sorting, grouping, and coloring records
Finding and filtering records
Working with Views
Creating and customizing views
Calendar view
Kanban, gallery and form view
Linked Records
Linking records
Lookup fields
Conclusion
Conclusion