I think this is pretty smart - it incentivizes everyone to jump on this train early and with exuberance.
Also a really good sign. While I’m betting that this feature will be inclusive for even the free accounts, I give my wager a 1-in-4 chance of paying off given today’s data and my inexperience using it. I believe (if fee-bound) it falls into the class of taxing customers for doing the heavy lifting of enhancing their apps, a really bad path for Airtable to be on. The most ideal way to gate payment levels is performance-based (record collections, etc), not feature based.
I think @ScottWorld intimated this is [possibly] a game-changer; I think he’s right. That’s twice in the past two weeks I have agreed with him. Given this is an early beta, we can probably expect to see some startling enhancements on the horizon.
@kuovonne - you’re pretty experienced with Interfaces already and I’m curious about this scenario -
- User in a company (or consultant) spends 20 hours setting up the most perfect interface for base (a).
- Another group (or client) needs the same interface, but in base (b).
Does the user (or consultant) have to recreate the new interface from scratch?