I had read an excellent article about building a Community Isolation Support database. The author used Airtable as the database, and I was inspired! I downloaded the Airtable and commenced building a website for the public-facing side. At this stage Startup Tablelands came to the rescue, so we decided to build this initiative under the […]
Airtable is not a spreadsheet. It’s actually more a database using spreadsheet user-interface. Spreadsheets were originally designed to do hypothetical calculations eg if I put $1,000 in the bank at 5% interest rate – what will the return be each year. Then, what if I go to a different bank and get 6% interest rate […]
“Part spreadsheet, part database, and entirely flexible, teams use Airtable to organize their work, their way.”
Airtable goes on to say: “Organize anything, with anyone, from anywhere.
Our native mobile and desktop apps make it easy to edit, comment, and collaborate in real-time — changes are instantly synced across everyone’s devices.”
I loved Airtable from the moment I saw it. Clever software with a fantastic user interface, it is part spreadsheet, part database and all collaboration It lives in the cloud (obviously) and is a beautifully elegant piece of software. There are still bits about it that frustrate me, but usually they are on their roadmap. […]
“Seamus from Boldacious has been supporting us for the last 3 years. He has been on call, and is very helpful and explains things in a way that makes sense … “
Boldacious Digital built the first Station Hoppers (very successful) website for campers and travellers interested in Australian remote stations which have some sort of camping facilities. We also designed the initial logo which is still being used. Station Hoppers started with a Facebook closed group which now has over 40,000 members. The Facebook group is […]