Your account page contains information specific to you—like your password, the email address associated with your account, the number of credits you have, and your API key. If you're an owner of any workspaces, your account page also gives you easy access to manage the settings of those workspaces, as well as workspace and base collaborators.
To get to your account page, click the circular face icon in the top right of the home screen. This will bring up a dropdown menu with several options; select the Account option (which has a little silhouette of a head next to it).
This will bring you to the overview section of your account page. You can also go directly to https://airtable.com/account.
Here are the different sections of the account page and what they'll let you do.
The overview section of the account page includes all of the important information related to your account, like your name, profile picture, email address, API key, and your security settings.
Your profile picture is a representation of your account, and appears in the top right corner of the screen when you're logged in. It also appears when people @message you or add you as a collaborator in a collaborator field. Your profile picture here is also your profile picture on Airtable Universe.
To change your profile picture, click the pencil icon on the circle containing your profile picture.
This will bring up a dialog box that you can use to upload an image of your choice from your computer or a number of other services.
The first name and last name that you entered during the signup process is the name your fellow collaborators can use to @message you or add you as a collaborator in a collaborator field. To change your name, click the Edit name option next to your name.
This will bring up a dialog where you can edit your new first and last name.
When you're ready, click the Save name button.
You can change the email address associated with your Airtable account by clicking the Edit email option next to where your email is listed.
To update your email address, you'll need to enter your current password and the new email address. You can read this article for more information on editing your email.
You can change the password associated with your account by clicking the Update password option below your profile picture.
This will bring up a dialog where you can enter your current password and your desired new password. You can read this article for more information on changing or adding a password.
You can enable two-factor authentication (also known as 2FA or two-step authentication) on your account for greater account security. Click on the option to Set up two-factor authentication (2FA) next to your profile picture to get started. Read more on setting up two-factor authentication here.
The section of the account overview page under the API header shows your API key (if you have one) or a button to generate an API key (if you don't have one).
You can also regenerate or delete your API key from here. Read more on API key management here.
If you've integrated Airtable and Google Drive, you can manage your Airtable-Google Drive integration from the Google Drive Integration section of the account overview page. Read this article for more on how to integrate Airtable with Google Drive.
To access the referrals and credits section of your account page, click the Referrals and credits link on the left sidebar.
From here, you can see the total number of credits you have and how you got those credits. You can also see every person you've invited, email out new invites, and find your referral link that you can use to get credits for referring new users.
To access the Recent activity section of your account page, click the Recent activity link on the left sidebar.
The Recent activity section of your account page shows a list of all your sessions that are currently or were recently active.
If you think that you may have left your Airtable account signed in on a public computer or have lost your phone, and want to ensure that all other Airtable sessions for your account are logged out, click the Sign out of all other sessions button.
Underneath the options for your account page, there's a section containing all of the workspaces for which you are an owner. Clicking any of the workspace titles will bring you to the settings page for that workspace. From here, you can see what plan the workspace is on, all of that workspace's collaborators, and the usage limits for each of the bases in the workspace. For more information on workspace settings pages, see this article.
From each workspace's settings page, you can see every billable collaborator that belongs to that workspace—in other words, the people you'll be charged for if you decide to upgrade your workspace (or the people you're currently being charged for, if your workspace is already on a premium plan). This includes:
- Any workspace collaborator with owner, creator, editor, or commenter permissions
- Any base collaborator with owner, creator, editor, or commenter permissions to at least one base in the workspace.
(Note that this does not include any read-only workspace collaborators or base collaborators with just read-only access to one or more bases in the workspace.)
If the workspace has any base collaborators, the bases for which that collaborator has billable access (i.e., commenter permissions or greater) to are listed to the right of the base collaborator's name. You can adjust a collaborator's access to a base by clicking the blue Manage base collaborators option below a base's name.
Clicking the Manage base collaborators option will bring you to the base share dialog for that base directly.
Workspace collaborators have access to all of the bases in the workspace for which they are a workspace collaborator. You can adjust workspace collaborators' permission levels by clicking the Add or manage workspace collaborators button.
Note that you will need to refresh the workspace settings page to reflect any recent changes to your collaborators' access settings.