Share records with people without giving them full access to Airtable. Limit them to only see their records and allow them to update some parts of the records.

Here’s an example to see how exactly this extension works.

People can also access your client portal with a card view style.

Both these live demos above are using this Airtable View


  • Generates a unique URL for your client portal.
  • Can also be embedded inside your own website (with automatic height adjustment).
  • Supports 2 different view styles: Card view and Grid.
  • Allows you to select the searchable field(s).
  • Integrated Barcode and QR code scanner to lookup records
    (so you can scan a barcode and see an Airtable record as a result)
  • Allows you to select the returned field(s).
  • Allows direct access to the view (result page) URL, skipping manual search.
  • Supports editing records via the built-in form.
  • The client has the ability to add a new record (optional).
  • Supports playing audio and video attachments! 🆕
  • Supports rich text formatting (Markdown) 🆕
  • Supports for rendering HTML content in the Card view. 🆕
  • Now supports updating a checkbox field directly in the grid view itself (without having to load the form). 🆕
  • In-line editing support for single select and multi select fields. 🆕
  • Clickable linked records: now you can connect multiple tables together and navigate between them. 🆕
Client Portal for Airtable (Search) 1Client Portal for Airtable (Search) 2
Grid view vs Card view

This extension can be used in 3 different ways:

1. Client Portal

You can also use this as a customer or member portal. Where they can login and see some specific data that you allow them to see. This tool is particularly useful if you have clients/employees/students and you only want them to be able to see the records that they are associated with (e.g. profile/membership page), and none of the other records in your base. It’s ideal to allow your clients to login and see/update their data. They would only be able to see their own data, not anyone else. You can control which fields are shown and which are used for search. Also, you can either share it as a link with your clients or you can embed it in your website.

2. Automatic View Generator

Instead of manually creating a view for each client or employee, you can use this extension to share their data with a very minimal effort. Just decide which field(s) they can access. Then you can share the search results page URL with them and they’ll be skipping the search page, and taken directly to the generated view.

3. Search Page

With this extension, you can share a web page that allows users to search your Airtable base. You can decide which fields can be searched and which fields are shown in search results. It generates a search page URL for you that you can share with those you’d like to give access to.

💡This extension is ideal for sharing data with clients without having to create an Airtable view for each client.


Making the generated view editable is optional, not required. So you can just use this extension to embed a dynamic white-labeled view in your website/app!

Use Cases

The most common use cases for this extension are:

  • Customer Portal
  • Employee Portal
  • Tracking Order Status
  • Lookup Inventory


Supported features

Third Party Integration


Most frequent questions and answers

You can use the subscription on different bases/accounts. It covers universal access to all of our extensions. All of our extensions can be setup for multiple bases and tables.

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. Also, some extensions can only run on one table at a time. Please refer to each extension’s page on whether or not it supports running on multiple tables simultaneously.

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

Yes, you can schedule a call with us by going here.

Yes! Also, please note that we usually make updates when users request them. We try our best to make things work like expected.