I built a tool that syncs Airtable to Webflow CMS

I built PowerImporter. It makes syncing Airtable to Webflow super easy, so you can get back to designing your site in Webflow.

Here's a demo of me using it to build a job board.


What do you think?

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    Looks super useful, and nice and easy to use! Well done

    1. 1

      Thanks, that was the goal. The Webflow forums are full of people struggling with Zapier trying to keep their Airtable in sync with their Webflow. I thought there should be a better solution.

  2. 1

    Hey! This seems like a great idea! I really like the look of this product

    I have just built the Airtable Integration Directory that provides a centralised location for apps and tools that connect with Airtable. Could I add your tool to the directory?


    Thanks :)

    1. 1

      Of course, that would be great. Thanks.

  3. 1

    Nice work!

    How are you getting access to the metadata? I thought that was a request only API?

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      I requested access to the metadata API. 😁

      Before I was approved to the metadata API, I would make the user copy&paste a JS script into their Airtable API page and then I would extract all the meta data. Needless to say, some people found that very suspicious. 🤣 But it worked!

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        So does that mean that users can plug in their key and then you can access their metadata as well?

        Just curious about how that works.

        And love the hack! Just get it done!

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          Yup. Same API key for both APIs. Here's the metadata API doc.


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