Send the user's IP address and coordinates to Airtable when they submit a form

There are 2 versions of this extension:
1. Pre-fills Airtable form with the user’s coordinates (doesn’t require a PRO Airtable account).
2. Directly sends the user’s coordinates to Airtable (requires a PRO Airtable account).

This extension asks the form user for their permission to ‘locate their device’. In the version that does not require a PRO Airtable account, it pre-fills their coordinates in an Airtable field automatically (latitude and longitude). No more copy/pasting. For the version that does require a PRO account, it asks for the geolocation after the form is submitted and prevent the form user from being able to edit their location.


  • Collect users’s location in Airtable form
  • Collect user’s device IP address 🆕

Use Cases

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

  • Site visitor registration
  • Worksite attendance tracking
  • Check in deliveries
  • Drivers

If you fill the form above, you should see the new record in the sample view below for the prefill version. The after form version results can be found here.


  • May 13, 2020

Supported features

  • ❌ scheduling
  • ❌ webhook

Third Party Integration

  • None


Most frequent questions and answers

You can use the subscription on different bases/accounts. It covers universal access to all of our extensions. Some of them support multi base/table/views and some don’t. You can find that details on each product page.

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.

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