Part spreadsheet, part database, and entirely flexible, teams use Airtable to organize their work, their way.
My journey started last week when Åsa, my bestie and partner in crime – and fellow lover of apps and tech – sent me a link. We have both been using MeisterTask (and like it a lot), and I have been using Stryv (and really love it), but this tool was something completely different. For the first time, I could have all my tasks, projects, spreadsheets, CRM lists all linked together and synced seamlessly to all my devices. In the free version. This is Airtable:
Before last week, I used multiple Numbers sheets to administrate the shows at Stockholm Comedy Club, but now I can just link anything between bases (think like… apps). And it’s all backed up up to a year’s history (the Pro version). And the best of it all – I can integrate it with iCal. It will take me a few days to fully learn Airtable, but already at this point I just love it!
Here is an informative guide if you are interested in optimizing your project management: GUIDE TO AIRTABLE
P.S. this is not a sponsored post, I gladly upgraded to PRO after taking a closer look into the app, and will be happy to pay 24 USD a month to have all these tools at hand and piece of mind.