I have two tables in Airtable, table one has defined “row owner” who will see their records in the view.
Certain table two rows are connected to table one by a “linked record”. The “row owner” identifier does not exist in table two.
I wish to show and edit just the linked table 2 records for the row owner.
Is there a way to do so?
It is possible by doing a lookup of the email of the first table into the second table and then making that email as the row owner
I assume by “lookup” here, you mean a lookup on the Airtable side?
For people reading this thread later, a Glide lookup column can’t be used as a row owner, since it’s a computed column.
Yes on the Airtable side.
Expanding: using a lookup for the email via the “linked record” field in table 2 in Airtable
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