Airtable Education resources
  • 12 Mar 2024
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Airtable Education resources

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Learn Airtable

Looking to learn how to use Airtable? We have resources for you!

Sync this table into your base

The table above is available for you to sync into your own base to make these resources readily available to your team. With Airtable Sync, your synced table will stay updated as we add new resources and topics. Follow the instructions below to sync this table to your base:

  1. Click the Synced table link here to open in a new tab

  2. Once the table has opened in a new tab, click "Use this data"

  3. Use the setup window to create the synced table

Happy Learning!

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Troubleshooting “bad request” webinar errors

Experiencing a "Bad Request" error when trying to sign up for a webinar can be frustrating, especially when it's an event you're looking forward to attending. This guide will walk you through some troubleshooting steps to help you overcome this hurdle and successfully register for the webinar.

  1. Perform a Hard Refresh - Sometimes, your browser's cache can cause issues with website functionality. Performing a hard refresh can clear these issues and might resolve the "Bad Request" error.

    1. For Mac Users: Hold down the ⌘ Cmd and ⇧ Shift keys, then press R.

    2. For Windows Users: Press Ctrl + F5.

  2. Use Incognito Mode - Browser extensions or cookies can sometimes interfere with website operations. Using an incognito window can bypass these potential issues.

    1. For Chrome: Press Ctrl + Shift + N (or ⌘ Cmd + Shift + N on Mac) to open an incognito window.

    2. For Firefox and other browsers: Look for the option under the menu to open a private or incognito window.

  3. Try a Different Browser - If the issue persists, it could be browser-specific. Try accessing the sign-up link using a different web browser to see if the problem continues.

  4. Check Your Internet Connection - Sometimes, network issues can cause unexpected website errors. Try connecting to a different network or use a mobile hotspot to see if the issue resolves.

  5. Additional Tips:

    1. Check Browser Compatibility: Ensure your browser is up to date and compatible with the website you're trying to access.

    2. Disable VPNs or Proxy Servers: If you're using a VPN or proxy, try disabling it as it might be causing the "Bad Request" error.

  6. If you've tried all the above steps and still can't sign up for the webinar, please reach out to Airtable Support.

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