Pass {LOGGED_IN_USER:EMAIL} to Airtable when edit made by user

As I understand it, the modal popup to edit records doesn’t log {LOGGED_IN_USER:EMAIL} so there’s no way to identify which user made the edit. It would be great if you could add {LOGGED_IN_USER:EMAIL} as a fixed or hidden field that could be passed to the Airtable record with each submitted edit.


+1 on this one

Hello @pledford,

Thanks for this feature request. Very important one indeed, I will check with the team to see when we will be able to have this implementation :slight_smile:

Hi Suzie. Any word on this? Would be very useful since this is typically done in Airtable.

Discussing this internally let me get back to you mid next week!


Hello i am looking for this too, for example in our use case, we would like to identify who edited the student health records

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Count me in, I would like to have that as well.

Interested too.

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