Are you tired of searching for a way to send emails from Airtable automatically? If yes, then you’re at the right place.

How to Send Emails from Airtable

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But before jumping on the integration process, let’s cast a light on software and the need for integration. Basically, Airtable is an easy-to-use online platform for creating and sharing relational databases. Whereas, Gmail is a free email service developed by Google.

By integrating Airtable and Gmail via Pabbly Connect, one can send emails to customers or your team members whenever a new record is created in Airtable. It helps to keep customers/ team members updated about every small detail.

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Here, in this article, we will understand how to integrate Airtable and Gmail.

Step 1: Sign up to Pabbly Connect

Sign Up

Start the process to send emails from Airtable by clicking on the “Sign Up Free” button on the Pabbly Connect dashboard. Afterward, either fill-up the details manually or sign up using your Gmail credentials.

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Step 2: Access Pabbly Connect

Select Connect

Further, after logging into the account, click on the “Access Now” button as shown in the above image.

Step 3: Workflow for Airtable to Gmail Integration

(a) Start with a New Workflow

Create New Workflow

Begin the process of creating a workflow for integration by clicking on the “Create Workflow” button.

(b) Name the Workflow

Name the Workflow

Next, add the name of workflow which in our case is “Airtable to Gmail”. Although, you can always name the workflow according to your requirements.

Step 4: Setting Trigger for Airtable to Gmail Integration

Following, after creating a workflow, you have to choose the integration app to send emails from Airtable. Pabbly Connect allows you to create infinite workflows within flashes, click here to sign up for unlimited integrations for free.

(a) Select Application you Want to Integrate

Select Airtable

The next step is to select “Airtable” from the dropdown, then choose the “New Record” option to send mail via Gmail.

(b) Click on Connect Button

Connect with Airtable

The following step is to click on the “Connect with Airtable” button.

Step 5: Connecting Airtable to Pabbly Connect

Next, to integrate Airtable with Pabbly Connect, you have to paste the API key in the Pabbly Connect dashboard. For that, you must log in to your Airtable account.

(a) Head to Airtable Account

Go-to-Airtable-Account

As soon as you entered into the Airtable dashboard, click on the “Profile” button appearing on the top then select the “Account” option.

(b) Copy the API Key

Copy-API-Key-Airtable

Now, scroll down and copy the given API key to move further.

(c) Paste the API Key

Paste-the-API-Key

Subsequently, paste the copied API key in Pabbly Connect and hit the “Save” button.

Step 6: Add a Test Record

Now, in order to check this Airtable and Gmail integration, we will capture the data from Airtable, and for that, we will create a dummy record in Airtable.

(a) Add a Record

Add a Record Airtable

After connecting with your Airtable account, now you have to add a sample record in any of the selected bases and tables just like in the above-shown image.

(b) Save & Send Test Request

Send Test Request Airtable

In order to capture the data from Airtable, map the fields in Pabbly Connect with fields like base and table, then hit the “Save & Send Test Request” button.

Step 7: Test the Response in Pabbly Connect Dashboard

Save the Webhook Response

Once you send the test request, the record info will appear on the Pabbly Connect dashboard. Then, click on the “Save” button.

Step 8: Setting Action for Airtable to Gmail Integration

To make this Airtable-Gmail integration work, you have to choose an action for your trigger.

(a) Select Application you Want to Integrate

Select Gmail

Now it’s time to integrate the action app. For that, click on the “+” button below and choose the application that you want to integrate. Here we will choose “Gmail” and in the method section select “Send an Email”.

(b) Click the Connect Button

Click the Connect Button

After choosing the application click on the “Connect with Gmail” button to move forward.

Step 9: Connecting Gmail to Pabbly Connect

Later, to connect Gmail with Pabbly Connect, you have to authorize the application. For this, you have to log into your Google account.

(a) Authorize Application

Authorize Application

Next, to authorize Gmail, a window will slide in from the right, here you need to again click on the “Connect with Gmail” button and then allow the permission to connect Google account with Pabbly Connect.

(b) Map the Fields

Map the Fields Gmail

After connecting with your Gmail account, map all the fields quickly like a recipient name, recipient email, etc.

(c) Save and Send Test Request

Send Test Request

Once you are done adding up all field data click on the “Save & Send Test Request” button.

Step 10: Check Response in Gmail Dashboard

Check Response Gmail

Finally, when you check the Gmail dashboard, you can see that the mail has been received.

Conclusion –

Well Done! Now that you have learned how to send emails from Airtable, you can integrate any applications via Pabbly Connect to automate your entire workflow without any coding skills.

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