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Using Color to get Instant Insights in Airtable

The purpose of a good database is to store and record data. Generally, this is for the purpose of improving workflows through data analysis. It's interesting then, since analysis is the end goal, that most databases aren't built with that end goal in mind. One way to...

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From “Prospect” to “Customer” – Using Airtable

One big complaint I have with most software solutions is that they cater to such a specific niche, it's often difficult to get them to work for your needs. In fact, I think this is the very reason that so many businesses continue to use Excel or Google Sheets - those...

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How to Write Complicated Formulas in Airtable

Formulas are a vital part of a good database because they provide rules that manage our data in automated processes. That sounds super fancy - and while accurate - it makes formulas sound more complicated than they need to be. More simply, formulas eliminate...

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How to take Reservations in a Calendar using Airtable

Lately, my home office has been feeling a bit lonely. I love working 20 feet from my bedroom - the commute is awesome. But sometimes I crave the energy of an office and chatting with colleagues (in person - not just over Zoom). Heck being closer to downtown wouldn't...

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Avoid These 3 Common Airtable Mistakes

This morning, I met with a local business owner to discuss having a sprinkler system installed. Actually, I was hoping our existing (defunct) system could be repaired - but I didn't think it was likely. So, the local Sprinker Guy, named Scott, showed up - took one...

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What Makes Airtable Better than the Competition?

I was speaking about Airtable the other day. Shocker - I know. As is sometimes the case, the person I was speaking to had not yet heard of Airtable, so I had to pull out my trusty brief description: "It's like Excel, but in the cloud, and more of a database tool than...

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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...

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Using Airtable “Views” to Enhance Workflows

Getting organized is a critical part of business - and a huge part of that is developing and improving business procedures, commonly referred to as workflows. The first time you stare at hundreds (if not thousands) of records of data, it’s easy to fall into the trap...

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Understanding “Linking Tables” in Airtable

For people new to databases, learning the ropes can seem overwhelming. But as is often the case, great strides can be made by breaking down information into smaller, more easily digestible pieces. ‘Linking tables’ is one of those very critical pieces - at least, this...

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Introducing the “Matrix” Block in Airtable

Airtable just released some new features this week and they look to pack a mighty punch. Specifically, I explored the Matrix Block today. Unfortunately, this has nothing to do with Neo, and everything to do with two-dimensional matrices. Think of a table with columns...

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Getting to Know Airtable in 10 Minutes

Since my wedding date is less than two weeks away, I was speaking with my best man, Srini Rao, the other day. As our chats often do, we got off the topic of the wedding and we were soon discussing business. Several months ago I told Srini about a new tool I found...

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