Managing Airtable account and workspace settings
  • 25 Mar 2024
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Managing Airtable account and workspace settings

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Article Summary


All users can access their account page, however, only users with Owner permissions in a specific workspace can perform the actions outlined in the workspace settings section below.


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Account settings

Airtable's settings page lets account and workspace owners make changes to everything from contact info to billing to upgrading plan type to managing collaborators.

To access and update your account settings:

  1.  Visit your Airtable account overview.

  2.  Select your desired option under Account settings from the left side menu.

Account settings are made up of 3 different sections:


Offering the ability to update your account name, email address, and profile image, add/update password, review Airtable credit details, manage two-factor authentication, integrate Google Drive, and manage your account status.

Referrals and credits 

Your personal referral link; allowing you to earn $10 in credit for every person you refer to Airtable.

Recent activity 

An overview of your recent account activity, detailing current or recent activity.

Workspace settings in Airtable

To access and update your workspace settings:

To access and update your workspace settings:

  1.  Visit your Airtable account overview.

  2. Select your desired workspace under Workspace settings from the left side menu. 

Workspace settings are made up of the following sections:

Rename workspace

Offering the ability to change or update your workspace name.

Billing plan  

An overview of your plan, including a link to change or upgrade your existing plan.


Detailing what credit or debit card is currently on file, including the ability to add or change.

Invoice details 

Add or modify your business name, address, tax code, and additional details.

Billing history 

An overview of your workspace’s billing history, including associated upgrades or changes.

Workspace sharing restrictions 

Includes the ability to restrict adding new collaborators to this workspace, its bases, and its interfaces.

Workspace AI permissions

Toggle on or off the Airtable AI feature for all bases within this workspace.

Billable collaborators 

Includes the ability to temporarily opt out of attachment URLs expiring after a few hours for this workspace.


An overview of your workspace’s monthly remaining automations, associated records, and how much attachment space each base is using.


I received a warning about exceeding usage limits and have taken steps to correct the issue, why is the over-limits badge still showing?

It does take a couple of hours for that "over limits" alert to sync with changes made to your base. So if you've taken the necessary steps toward reducing your base storage and are still seeing the "over limits" warning, you can wait until tomorrow to see if it goes away. If it's still showing up then, please check your workspace settings page as outlined in this article, which will show you how much data is being used per base, and will help you identify the problem.

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