How to Create an Approval Process in Airtable

How to Create an Approval Process in Airtable

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Published November 1, 2022
Creating listings or directories that allows submissions from users is a great way to build out resources for the community. In this guide, we’ll learn how to set up an approval process in Airtable and only display submissions that have been approved by a member of your team.
Here we have a table of Airtable scripts where the community can contribute new ones through an Airtable form. To create an approval process, we’ve created a field called Approved to keep track of the status of each script.
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To filter out scripts that has not yet been approved, we've created a new Airtable view called Public Scripts and added a filter to include Approved records only.
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In Pory, we created a resource library of Airtable scripts for the community. Users can click on Submit Airtable Script to contribute to the library which will automatically display once it has been approved.
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To set this up on Pory,
  1. Hover over the listing and click on Edit Listing
  1. In Data Source, Select your Airtable Base and Table
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  1. Switch to View Settings and Select the Airtable view Public Scripts
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