How to Organize your Processes with a Kanban View in Airtable

I really fell in love with data when I began to explore all of the things Excel was capable of. So then, it should come as no surprise that I am very comfortable with the “Grid View” in Airtable. This is the view that looks most similar to a standard spreadsheet – with rows, columns, and their inevitable intersection.

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Using Airtable’s Page Designer Block to Create an Invoice

The free version of Airtable is perhaps one of the best “freemium” softwares that I’ve ever used. In the free version, you get unlimited access to bases, a large number of records per base (1,200), access to all views, collaboration/commenting, etc. In truth, the free version unlocks about 90% of the software’s capabilities. That’s not shabby.

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