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How to Use One Airtable with Multiple Bannerbear Templates

The Bannerbear Airtable integration enables users to push data Airtable to a Bannerbear template in order to generate an image

by Jon Yongfook · May 2020
How to Use One Airtable with Multiple Bannerbear Templates
How to Use One Airtable with Multiple Bannerbear Templates

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    The Bannerbear Airtable integration enables users to push data Airtable to a Bannerbear template in order to generate an image. But what if you want to push the same data to multiple templates? Here's how!

    Often we want to use the same Airtable data across multiple Bannerbear templates in order to generate images with different sizes or different designs, from the same underlying data e.g.

    Landscape size:

    Portrait size:

    This process is actually the same as connecting to a single template, but with one small extra step that can make this workflow more efficient.

    Update 10/2020: Bannerbear now has a new feature called Template Sets which handles this use case.

    Connect your Template Set to your Airtable

    To generate images from multiple templates at once using Airtable data, simply create a template set then use the Template Set Airtable Integration to generate the images.

    The method for using the airtable integration with a Template Set is the same as in this tutorial for single templates.

    Jon Yongfook@yongfook
    Jon is the founder of Bannerbear. He has worked as a designer and programmer for 20 years and is fascinated by the role of technology in design automation.

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