To transfer a base from one account to another, you'll need to create a team that is shared with both of the accounts:
- In the account that your base is currently in, create a new team
- In the newly-created team, click the Share button, and add your other account as an owner of the team
- Move the base that you want to transfer into this new team
- Log in to your other account
- Un-share your first account from the team
Example: transferring a base from a work account to a personal account
Suppose that you have two Airtable accounts: one using your workplace email address, and one using your personal email address. You have a base on your work Airtable account that you would like to transfer to your personal Airtable account.
First, you need a team to which both accounts have access. You can do this in a number of ways, but one way to do it is to create a new team on your work account, and invite your personal account as a team member with creator permissions.
Next, while logged in on your work account, click and drag the base(s) you wish to transfer from your workplace team to your newly created team shared between your work and personal accounts.
Now, once you've moved the base you wish to transfer into the shared team, you can access it when logged in with your personal account.
If you would prefer for your work account to not have access to the base after you've transferred it to your personal account, log in with your personal account, then click and drag the base from the shared team to another team to which your work account doesn't have access.
If you are the sole owner of a team, you will need to transfer ownership of the team to another user's Airtable account before you can remove yourself from that team or change your permissions on that team.
To transfer ownership of a team, click the Share button on the team whose ownership you're trying to change. Then, you can change the permission level of another person on the team to make them an owner. (Note that you must be an owner of a team yourself in order to make someone else the owner of that team.)
Once there is another owner, you can downgrade your own permission level, or even remove yourself from the team entirely. Please be aware that if you downgrade your permission level or remove yourself from the team, you will need to request that someone else on the team raise your permission level or add you back to the team.