NOTE: I think the right answer in my case is to break the initial update into one Run, and everything else into another, and chain them together, but I’m posting anyway in case there’s any more insight out there.
I’m adding bulk records to Airtable, but then I need the record ids for each newly created record to create a reference to them in other tables that I’m adding records to later in the Flow. The API response includes those record ids, but apparently I don’t have access to the response. Is that right?
If not, I guess I’ll have to figure out how to query the table again after I add the records, but how do I trigger a new request in the middle of a Flow?
- It doesn’t look like API Export can be used for GET requests.
- I can’t start an API Import in the middle of a Flow.
- API Import enrichment with Airtable on a record-by-record basis needs the record id, and would be rate-limited - defeating the purpose of grouping up into a bulk record creation.