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Connect an existing proof with an Airtable record
Connect an existing proof with an Airtable record

Easily connect an existing proof with an Airtable record by adding a reference in the proof info pane, or in the proof setup screen.

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Written by Gemma
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If you have an existing proof in PageProof, you can add a reference to connect it to an existing Airtable record. You can also connect a new proof that you’re creating in the proof setup screen to an existing Airtable record.

Proof data will then be kept in sync according to the integration setup. If you have added the proofs table to your base, syncing will happen automatically according to the fields matched in the table settings.

Tip: Records in other tables can be synced by prefixing their field names with ‘PageProof’ or ‘Proof’. For example, if you have a field name called status, adding the prefix ‘PageProof’ or ‘Proof’ will synchronize the proof status to that field name. E.g proof status.

To add an Airtable reference to an existing proof

Step 1

Open the proof’s info pane by clicking the i icon on the proof tile, or when viewing the proof.

Step 2

Click show reference.

Show reference button in the info pane

Then click the 3 dots icon and select Airtable.

Referencing Airtable in the proof's info pane

Then search for the record (by ID, URL, or Primary Field) you want to connect this proof to.

Note: If you search by ID or Primary Field, this is only available for finding records in your proofs table.

Searching for an Airtable record in the reference

The proof is now connected to your Airtable record.

To add an Airtable reference in the proof setup screen

Step 1

In the proof setup screen, click the 3 dots icon next to reference, and select Airtable, then search for the record (by ID, URL, or Primary Field) you want to connect this proof to.

The proof setup screen with the reference field showing Airtable

When the proof is created, it will be connected to Airtable.

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