✨ Instagram integration is live! Tutorial
Last updated: 10th May, 2022
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When you run API requests, we store metadata including the API URL, the number of records of data & the output destination. The actual response data from the third-party application temporarily passes through our servers, so that Data Fetcher can update your Airtable base with it, but it is not stored permanently.
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