This shotlist pulls it’s records from the table specified table in an Airtable base. In order to use Airtable the table needs to be set up with a few columns.
Capturebot supports partial writing back to Airtable. Currently the status will be updated, but new records can’t be created.
Capturebot pulls three fields from Airtable:
When setting up a new table the primary column, which is called
Name by default, will be used. This field can be a formula if you want to pull other pieces of information into the file name.
Type: String/ Single Select
- Not Shot
Capturebot will read and write statuses to this field. If the field is empty,
Not Shot, or
Shot Capturebot will update the status as needed. By setting the value to
Dropped in Airtable Capturebot will not update the value.
Type: Integer Number
The target count can be specified on a per-record level by using this field.
Table Name is the name of the table to use.
Base ID must be pulled from the API Documentation for the base:
- Open the table in Airtable
- From the Help menu select API Documentation
- The Base ID is part of the URL and begins with
API Token can be found in your account settings
Comparitor Collection is the collection Capturebot validates against. Once a shot has the given
Target Count number of variants it will be marked as Shot.