Quickly export data from a single table on an Airtable base to a CSV.
Only one table or view of data can be downloaded at a time, since CSVs are flat files.
Content of the downloaded file can be further refined by providing a view. Otherwise, the entire contents of the table will be downloaded.
|Base ID||AIRTABLE_BASE_ID||Alphanumeric||✅||-||-||The ID of your Airtable base. Found in the URL of your base and starts with |
|Table Name or ID||AIRTABLE_TABLE_NAME||Alphanumeric||✅||-||-||Can be the Name (case sensitive) or the ID of the table. The ID can be found in the URL and always starts with |
|View Name or ID||AIRTABLE_VIEW_NAME||Alphanumeric||➖||-||-||Can be the Name (case sensitive) or the ID of the view. The ID can be found in the URL and always starts with |
|Include Record IDs?||AIRTABLE_INCLUDE_RECORD_ID||Boolean||✅||true||-||If checked, an additional column named |
|API Key||AIRTABLE_API_KEY||Password||✅||-||-||API Key associated with a user that has access to the specified Base, Table, and View listed. Will usually start with |
|Local File Name||AIRTABLE_DESTINATION_FILE_NAME||Alphanumeric||✅||-||-||Name of file to be generated with the results. Should be |
|Local Folder Name||AIRTABLE_DESTINATION_FOLDER_NAME||Alphanumeric||➖||-||-||lder where the file should be downloaded. Leaving blank will place the file in the home directory.|