We launched a new portal. It’s a better alternative. And should be used as a replacement instead.
What sets miniExtensions Form and Portal apart is the ability to update existing records. This Login option makes it easy to share a form and portal with many people so they can update their data on Airtable.
This feature allows your clients to login to see their records. This also means any record they create while logged-in will be automatically linked back to them. This feature insures that each form submission is associated with a user in your base.
Here’s a login page example.
- Let users only see records connected to them.
- Doesn’t require creating new accounts to login.
- Login information can be anything stored in Airtable.
- Created records are automatically linked to their creator.
- This feature is integrated with our powerful miniExtensions Form and has all of its features.
- Option to only allow certain users to log in. E.g. ones with active status.
- Option to prefill login details so the form or portal is opened directly skipping the login page.
- Option to enforce email and phone verification before logging in.
Here are some other potential use cases for this feature:
- Domain-Based Access: This feature could be used to restrict access to users with an email address from a specific domain. For instance, if you want the portal to be accessed only by employees of a particular company, you could restrict login to users with an ‘@company.com’ email address.
- Role-Based Access: This feature could be used to restrict access to certain users based on their role. For example, only managers or administrators can log in unless they are designated by another manager or admin.
- Subscription Status: This feature could restrict access to only those users whose subscription or membership is active.
If you click on the sample view below, you’ll see the table that’s used for the demo above.