In the APIs & Services tab under the Project Settings, you're able to save queries on an app-level. Saving your queries here allows you to easily re-use queries throughout your app as opposed to reconfiguring request URLs/authorization on a screen-by-screen basis.
Here you'll see configuration options similar to those under the standalone
You can include any Variables saved under Global Variables as a Header inside of this modal.
Once you've configured and saved your API, you can then add it directly to any
Fetch component on any screen across your app.
If you are using Airtable's API, make sure to omit the table names from the Base URL
Updated 3 months ago