We’ve seen organizations all around the world use Airtable to power their product development processes to gather insights, improve efficiency, and drive results. From analyzing customer feedback to aligning on team objectives and tracking product roadmaps, we have loved seeing your workflows - and we would love to learn more.
Use this thread to tell the community how you or your organization are using Airtable across your product teams, share resources you found helpful, Universe templates that inspired you, or just share some of your favorite tips and tricks you’ve learned along your journey so that we can share your knowledge with other users who may just be getting started.
We really appreciate it, and can’t wait to hear what you’ve been up to!
Some use cases in short :point_down: I have the perception that Airtable thinks that Airtable is 90% being used by marketing and product teams (and all the marketing focused promo doesn’t help :upside_down_face: ), so this seems like a very useful topic.
client in HVAC business
client in international event business
client in multi media sector with 15+ specific websites and 15+ dedicated medical newsletters
client in parcel acquirement business
client in education business
We are basically building ERP inside Airtable to manage:
I do hope there is direct integration with QuickBooks Online and XERO (without using zapier, integromat, etc)
I lead a team at a foreign affairs think tank in Washington, DC. As a nonprofit, AT is attractive because of the nonprofit discount, ease of onboarding, and flexibility to easily create a new base to address new use cases as they come up.
We use Airtable for a number of essential functions:
We also use it on an adhoc basis to:
We hope to use AT/Interfaces to augment a number of these functions, including:
In general, Airtable was the tool that made it possible for us to scale production to meet internal and external demand as the organization has grown and the pandemic forced everyone to be digital-first.
Testing Inspection and Certification Company here. We test consumer products(cell phones, rugs, plumbing, building materials, strollers, etc). Think restricted chemicals, flammability, mechanical hazards ETC. All methodologies performed are to industry and regulatory standards. We have over 30,000 employees in ourconsumer products division.
I am using Airtable to build out product level test protocols and manage changes to the industry standards and regulations they cite.
I wish page designer were better, it is an absolute headache to send protocol documents to our customers. Most of my day is spent reformatting CSV’s and adjusting table heights in page designer to create presentable documents.
Market Gardens work flow; Planting, fertilising, spraying, harvesting etc
Inventory Tracking and purchasing, projects and materials.
Staff (16) safety equipment (OHS) and chemical use.
Orchard (2500 trees) identification in row and position, date of harvest, quantity harvest, chemical use and fertilising applications.
Seed bank tracking; pest and disease monitoring
Airtable has changed the way I manage all aspects of my role as supervisor.
Zach here from Airtable - neat to hear how folks power their product ops. :100:
I make Airtable workflows for our product team here. Some ways we use it include:
The org chart really could use some love :grimacing: The aligning is terrible when using photos. Maybe something to put on the product feedback list? :smiling_face_with_halo:
Can we get a share link to the base? :slightly_smiling_face:
You might check out our On2Air Actions app for better documents/spreadsheets with Airtable.
You can create a template in Google Sheets, Docs, or Slides and it will automatically generate a document (PDF and/or Google file) with your data and upload it back to an Attachment field in your base.
You can do a free trial to test it out.
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