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Airtable and Webflow is one of the best combinations in all of the no-code tech stacks. Airtable is known as an innovative and powerful database that allows users to turn their data into powerful applications. Furthermore, Webflow offers a great platform to build websites easily in minutes. Airtable can act as a single source of truth, whereas Webflow CMS only displays the data you want your users to view. As a result, Airtable generally serves as a superset of the data in Webflow CMS.
Recently, Byteline unveiled a fantastic feature to sync Airtable data to Webflow CMS automatically. Basically, it takes the data from Airtable and pushes it directly to Webflow CMS. It means that the user can access the data of an existing table from Airtable and then use the same data for the Webflow CMS. All you need to do is update the Airtable records, and Byteline will sync it automatically to Webflow CMS. In this blog, you will get to know how to sync data from Airtable to Webflow using Byteline.
In this blog, we have uncovered a few easy steps to configure the data sync between Airtable and Webflow CMS.
We have divided this article into two sections to convey an easy understanding, as illustrated below:
Byteline’s Airtable to Webflow data sync synchronizes the records automatically. The user can set up a 2-Way or 1-Way sync between Airtable and Webflow in a few minutes.
To avoid any hassle of manual data management, try this sync today. Don’t waste another day on those broken automation. Get it done in minutes with Byteline’s data sync, a solution that works out of the box! Say goodbye to complicated integrations.
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This feature is generally available and you can start using it from the Byteline Console at https://console.byteline.io/