How to make a switch to disable your app for its users, using Airtable

So today we will create a switch to disable or make your app content inaccessible for its user. This can be used to force users to update their app or do something else like that.
Let’s get started

  1. Create A Project
    Firstly, you will need to create a project

  2. You will need to now drag and drop a spreadsheet and fill it up

  3. Go to Airtable and Create Some Values

  4. Make Your App React To The Value

That’s It! Now you can tweak my code to make it perfect for you!
Guide.aia (1.8 KB)


Nice Guide :+1:t2::+1:t2:

Keep it up :slightly_smiling_face:

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Great discovery boss. But it is not working for me. Kindly let me know what wrong am i doing.


You have empty cells and empty rows so you can not retrieve data from airtable. Delete them and leave only cell 1

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done. still issue persists

Yes because column name is Name and you are calling Disabled

Your column name is “Name” not “Disabled” like you put in the block of “Spreadsheet1” Get Column Name


Also can be done with calling row as shown in example aia


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Thanks Dora i already did it that day itself as per reply of both of you. Today i opened this thready again as i wanted to use same table for 2 apps. But your this post already answered my question, before asking. :joy: :joy: :joy: