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Airtable 2h
10s, 10s, 10s across the board: our new API endpoints allow you to create, update, and delete 10 records per API request! 🙌
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Key Values Sep 18
A dear friend of mine joined last week and is already SO happy there. And I'm not surprised! Their eng team is genuinely passionate about what they're building and thoughtful in how they execute, always taking a long-term view. SF (and NYC!)👉
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Airtable Sep 18
Replying to @coelho_ped
Try the same method, but with n=1 instead of n=3 🥣
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Express Writers | Your Content Writing Team Sep 16
A4: is a must for us right now! It's how we organize our blog content and keep the entire team in the loop on the content that's being published.
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Airtable Sep 16
Replying to @_phzn
👋 DM us!
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Airtable Sep 13
Replying to @iScurvy
Try n=1 instead of n=3 🕵️‍♂️
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Airtable Sep 13
Airtable is hiring a People Operations Manager at our San Francisco office! 🌉 You’ll design and own the People team’s core processes and programs and build the foundations for our team to scale.
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Airtable Sep 13
Here’s a fun September update! 🍂 You can now use a filtered view to customize which linked records appear in your page designer block!
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Airtable Sep 13
We'll be there! ✌️
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Airtable Sep 12
Replying to @caatnaps
I'm 2 Linkz
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Airtable Sep 12
Replying to @StephenSFinney
Very close! Hint: 3-2=1 🌾
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Airtable Sep 12
Replying to @lowercase_r
Very close! Hint: 3-2=1
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Airtable Sep 12
Replying to @janecranston79
🍂
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Airtable Sep 12
Replying to @vincenzorusso
Try the same technique with n=1 🕵️‍♂️
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Airtable Sep 12
Replying to @thesolofoundr
Try using a similar technique in the newsletter for an extra surprise! 1️⃣
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Airtable Sep 12
Replying to @chaize_r
Try using a similar techn1que to Trevanion's on the newsletter 👀
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Airtable Sep 12
Replying to @DannyShort
Try using a similar technique in the newsletter for an extra surprise! 1️⃣
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Airtable Sep 12
Replying to @HappyGezim
Try using Trevanion's technique on the newsletter. (Hint: n=1)
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Airtable Sep 11
Replying to @shannonb_ux
Close, but n≠3. One might want to try another number instead...
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Airtable Sep 11
Replying to @ferrissmason
Try using a similar technique in the newsletter for an extra surprise! 1️⃣
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