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Welcome to BuiltOnAir, a podcast and video series about all things Airtable. Each episode, we talk with someone active in the Airtable community to discuss their experiences and showcase an interesting way they’ve used Airtable in their work.
In this episode, Dan Fellars returns to give us a deep-dive into some newer products offered by his company, Openside. Openside not only sponsors BuiltOnAir.com, which of course hosts this very podcast, but offers Airtable consulting services as well. To help their clients step up their Airtable game, Openside created a suite of products called On2Air which takes the guesswork out of automating many Airtable tasks. Tried-and-true fan favorites like On2Air Actions and On2Air Forms are now joined by a host of other premium extensions including On2Air Schemas. Dan showcases the power of Schemas, which allows users to track every bit of metadata associated with a particular base over time, and gives us a run down of how this new extension could save you a headache or two in the future.
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BuiltOnAir is sponsored by Openside.
Openside’s newest product, On2Air Forms, is the Airtable forms solution you’ve been looking for. For a limited time, get On2Air Forms FREE when you purchase the On2Air Actions Zapier connector at openside.com.