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Peter Steinberg 83

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Florian, all our data -- 100% -- is in Airtable. Which, while generally wonderful for our needs, does not hook up to a wealth of dashboard tools. Your own tool -- Whaly -- doesn't work with Airtable…

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Thanks. We can cobble something together if need be. One question though -- If Airtable is among your most-requested integrations, why not until Q3?

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We can slide a bit of coding in if we need to. We're more low code than no code. :-)

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Yep. Thx.

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One more question -- I see you charge $40/month/per "Collaborator". We have upwards of 500 people who may be receiving document to sign. Are they all considered Collaborators? That's the way your…

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Charlotte, no one is ever too late to the conversation! A few questions though:

  1. How well do you work with Zapier?

  2. Is your product's name "Outlaw" ever visible to the peoplewho would be signing…

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Excel.

It might be a bit of stretch to call it an app, but I suppose since one subscribes now to Office 365 it should count. ;-)

How do I use it in unintended ways? One of my contractors showed me…

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We took a very close look at Formstack at the beginning and it wasn't able to allow editable fields if a signature was requested. They offered to do custom development to allow it... at a hefty…

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"I somehow doubt it would let you both prefill a field and let users update it."... which is BONKERS to me because I can think of so many situations in which that would be useful.

In our case it's…

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Thanks. I'll take another look at HelloSign but I dno't know that it allowswhat we want. We need:

  1. A generic template we use again and again.

  2. A field that we fill in via A Zap that we then can lock…

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Thanks Matthew. I didn't even know Airtable shows you other editors live that way (Google Docs/Sheets style) -- with all my use of it I guess I've never crossed paths with another user.

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No worries, Yeah, that's obvious. And it's what I did. I created a new entry, copied over the old password, and added the login email address to the new entry.

But why couldn't I add a login ID to…

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And thanks. :-)

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That's the thing. Somehow when this particular password was saved, when you click the edit button, the "username" field never appears.

Likely when this entry was first created it was one of those…

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We use 1 Password for teams for the 7 of us. It's functional and I'm ok with it, but I have to say, it's UI is fairly confusing. So much so that one of my colleagues HATES it.

(One example -- I have…

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Chris, to allow outsiders to manage their own record take a look at Stacker (https://stacker.app/). It's basically a WYSIWYG front end for AirTable that lets you publish specific views of data and…

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I prefer rich text. What' the point of having computers more powerful than what the Space Shuttle flew with if we can't even display a few words in bold or italics? It takes as little time, if not…

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...and so much better than the cesspool that is Facebook.

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