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How to Connect a Webhook to Airtable to Make.com (or Boost.Space)

How to create a webhook to connect airtable to make

I’ve been building no-code (let’s call them what they are, low code) tools to help businesses grow and scale sustainably using AI and automation.

Using boost.space (which has the same engine as make.com), Paperform (for the front-end submissions) and the Google Suite has been great.

Except for one thing: schedules.

These automation platforms allow you to run automations by a schedule:

For a lot of automations, running them daily or weekly is fine.

But for something I’d like to work like software?

It needs to run much more frequently.

The platforms allow you to schedule these to run every minute, which sounds great.

But they charge for it.

I needed a solution that ran only when there was new data present.

Which meant that Google Sheets wasn’t going to cut it.

Enter: Airtable

I’ve heard of Airtable for years but dismissed it because “my brain doesn’t work in spreadsheet mode” (which is a limiting belief, I know, but one I’ve clung to forever).

But now I had a huge pile of Google Sheets anyway.

And Airtable allowed me to create a webhook, then pass that webhook along to populate the database.

It took me the better part of a day to iron it out and use it for one of my tools. Then it took about an hour, all in, to recreate it for the rest of my tools.

Let me show you.

Use this code in the automation:

let params = input.config();
let recordID = params.recordID;
let webhookurl="REPLACE WITH WEBHOOKURL" 
const webhook = (webhookurl + "?recordID=" + recordID);
console.log(webhook);
await fetch(webhook);     

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