One form. Multiple tables. With a super easy field mapping (linking)
⚠️ Update

In many use cases, this extension can now be replaced with miniExtensions Form. It supports creating line items. Which means you can add new linked records (with all their details) in different tables from within the same form.

The easiest way to create a master form that fills data into multiple Airtable tables. If you’ve ever used an alternative tool, you’ll know what we’re talking about.


  • Split form data and auto-populate it in multiple tables.
  • Easy fields mapping from the form to each individual table. Do it all inside Airtable itself.
  • Add new fields in Airtable and they’ll be mapped (linked) automatically.
  • No limit on how many forms you can set this up with!

Use Cases

This extension can be useful in a lot of scenarios. You can use it to:

  • Reduce the number of forms that your customers have to fill
  • Anywhere where you want to use one form instead of multiple

If you fill the form above, you should see the new records in the base sample below.

⚠️ This extension requires having a PRO Airtable account.


Supported features

Third Party Integration

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Site visitor
9 months ago

Is it possible to create multiple new records from a single submitted form using this extension?
For example: In one form there are these fields: 1. Person A name 2. Person A age 3. Person B name 4. Person A age 1 & 2 go to the same record 3 & 4 go to the same record
Context: I am making a slot reservation system and I’m thinking it’s nice if people can reserve for themselves and their friends all in one form. This would be instead of filling out one form for each person.

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Site visitor
7 months ago

I’m trying to use this extension, but it doesn’t seem to be working for me.


Most frequent questions and answers

You can use the subscription on different bases/accounts. It covers universal access to all of our extensions which extensions can be setup for multiple bases and tables. We explain how many Airtable bases you can use on our pricing page.


On paid plans, there’s no limit on the number of records you can process. Unlike Zapier and Integromat, our pricing is per month, not per record. However, there might be limitations by third party integrations.


We have instructional videos for how to use each one of our extensions on the product page. They guide you step-by-step of how to set them up.


We’re not offering discounts at this time. And we don’t require any commitment.


Unfortunately, we only offer plans that provide unlimited access to all of our extensions.


Yes. Submit your request here and we will get back to you as soon as we can.