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One of the biggest limitations of Airtable is that data in separate bases cannot be linked. Now, Airtable is an amazing solution as a relational database, meaning that the information in one database can talk to itself across various tables. However, this limitation that separate bases can't actually talk to each other provides a lot of struggles and problems for many small business owners. In this video, we're going to be going into detail about the two different ways that you can solve this problem and build a workaround so that you can have access to all of the data you need in your business. Hi, my name is Gareth Pronovost. I am the owner of Gap Consulting, where we help our clients to get organized and automated by building solutions in Airtable and Zapier. In this video, as I mentioned, we're going to be looking at probably the biggest limitation of the Airtable software, and that is that data cannot be linked between bases. So, really quick rewind here, we're just going to do a real high-level definition so that we can all be on the same page going forward. So, a base in Airtable is short for a database. When you first log in to Airtable, you will see that you have the ability to make different bases, and this is from the dashboard. The data inside these bases is essentially isolated to that base in particular. So, if I were to click on this base, for example, I could link the data between these tables so that it's interacting, and this is really where Airtable becomes so powerful because it is a relational database solution. This is great, however, I don't have the ability to link this data between bases. So, going back to the dashboard, I cannot...