If you need to set up records for recurring dates in Airtable, you can use the fill handle to easily create records with evenly spaced dates.
If you highlight one cell in a date field and drag down with the fill handle, it'll automatically fill in the cells below with the same date.
However, if you highlight two cells in a date field, then drag down with the fill handle, the fill handle will automatically fill in dates that are evenly spaced apart according to the two cells you highlighted.
For example, you can create daily recurring records by highlighting two cells that are one day apart, and dragging down with the fill handle.
You can also create weekly recurring records by highlighting two cells that are a week apart, and dragging down with the fill handle.
Automatically creating recurring dates with Schedule by Zapier
For a fully automated method of creating records with recurring dates, you can use the third-party service Zapier, which connects Airtable to many other apps and services.
The app Schedule by Zapier allows you to have a trigger that fires every day, week, or month at a specific time. Combine this trigger with Airtable's create new record action, and you can make a Zap that'll automatically create a new record on whatever schedule you desire.
For further guidance on how to go about setting up a Zap like this one, you can read through our Zapier tutorials.