For those of you who’ve been swept up in the awards buzz this week, I’d like to bring another contender to your attention: enter Airtable, arguably one of the best apps of 2019. And 2018. Who’s counting?
Airtable’s the kind of flexible platform that can scale up and down to suit a huge variety of customisation needs. Part spreadsheet, part database, Airtable keeps your data accessible and secure in the cloud, with the additional benefits of fully customised views designed for ease of use. This isn’t the first time I’ve raved about Airtable - check out more of its offerings and capabilities here.
One of the reasons Airtable works so well across teams is its user-friendly interface options. With multiple customisable views, Airtable can be set up to sort by data fields in a way that’s intuitive even to the most spreadsheet-adverse among us. It’s also a powerful way to centralise interconnecting data sets - with the ability to link...
Not every app is created equal. Some are more showy than others - the flashy icons, screaming landing page, the promise of how it’ll Change Your Life Forever.
Others are quiet workhorses. They’ve got a purpose, and they get on with the job.
Then, there’s the under-promise, over-deliver kind of team players. Airtable, I’m looking at you.
Airtable is a powerful, friendly and intuitive cloud collaboration service that offers a huge range of abilities through its spreadsheet-slash-database design. It’s as simple to use as your average Excel spreadsheet, but gives you the in-depth power of a database, taking your organisational abilities to a much deeper level.
I use Airtable to collaborate with my team across geographical locations and time zones. By creating and populating robust and dynamic databases, the information we need to pick up tools each day is always readily available. Airtable removes unnecessary follow-up, administrative questions and...