Save Twitter profile to Airtable

This playbook will scrape Twitter profile info and add it to Airtable.

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Time saving:
3 min

Build an Airtable list of your favorite Twitter profiles with just few clicks.


The playbook will extract data from the currently opened Twitter profile page and add it directly to Airtable.

Let's set up this playbook.

1. Create an Airtable base


First, duplicate this pre-built Airtable base or create a new base with matching column names.


  • Name
  • Description
  • Handle
  • url
  • Location
  • Link
  • Following
  • Followers

2. Go to a Twitter profile page and run the playbook

Now, navigate to a Twitter profile page and run this playbook from there. You need to be on a Twitter profile page for the playbook to work.

To scrape Twitter profile pages in the background in bulk, use this playbook: 


Want to learn how to build automations just like this one? Here is how this playbook was created:



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Save Twitter profile to Airtable
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