Learn how to set up your first Airtable base and populate it with the columns you'll need to generate your tweet newsletter. Make sure you have an Airtable account before you begin.

You'll need to sign up for an Airtable account if you don't have one already. Create a new Airtable base and name it appropriately. Then create the following fields:

  1. Username - for your Twitter username
  2. Twitter text - long text format with rich text formatting enabled
  3. Newsletter from Digest -  long text format with rich text formatting enabled
  4. Twitter URL - link field for the twitter URL

You can add any additional fields you would like: images, date and time, etc. Remember this will now be a place to store all your relevant tweets, i.e. content, in one easily accessible spot.

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