In this article, we’re going to take a look at a couple of other text functions that can extend functionality in your Airtable base. This article is part of a guided course which you can view here.
These functions are very simple, so it won’t take too long to learn how they work.
This function returns the argument if it is text, and otherwise returns blank.
T("Text only") would return the argument, "Text only", while
T(42) would return 42.
This function repeats any references string by a specified number of times.
REPT("Hi! ", 3) would result in
Hi! Hi! Hi!.
This article is part of a guided course that helps you learn how to use Airtable formulas.