I am looking at the pricing just to plan ahead for possible needs in the future as our nonprofit expands. Yes, I plan to send an email soon asking for a discount but want to get a feel for a couple things before putting together our request.
So looking at the pricing page I see the following:
You can add as many collaborators and bases as you’d like for free, as long as each base falls below the per-base record limits described above. If any of your bases exceeds those limits, you’ll need to upgrade the team to which that base belongs (if you are a solo user, you are considered a “team” of one person).
For paid teams, you will be charged the per-user, per month fee for each person you’ve invited to collaborate on bases belonging to that team. You will not be charged for read-only collaborators.
So here is my question. It said that you can add as many collaborators as needed as long as you do not exceed the limits. So would I be able to pay for 1-2 users but still add other collaborators to just certain tables as needed as long as those did not exceed the limits? They would have to have edit access not just read-only.
The issue I foresee is that for each “mission” our organization would be using the system for there will be different collaborators that only are involved in that one table. Over the course of several of our “missions”, there could be up to 20 different persons that work but only on one specific one, not others.
No problem with paying for a few of our core staff that will have full team access but want to make sure we understand how that would relate as to using base-only collaborators.
I must say that AirTable is a game changer in our mission and what we do. We look forward to writing you soon with a formal request.