Hi, I'm playing with the interfaces and I have a question. Is there any way I can share an interface with a person that hasn't an Airtable account?
I don't want to add them as collaborators, because they should see only that interface (not the base) and I don't want to ask them to create an Airtable account just to see my interface. My final goal is sharing the interface link with an automation through email.
Is there any way? Thank you!
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I don't know if you know that.. With the new updates, there is a possible "temporary" solution to our problem. We can download a PDF version of the interface and send it to our clients. It isn't the perfect solution for things that change frequently because the PDF will be static, but at least it is something.
Will also ask the product team to add another +1. The firm can fully utilize our bases if I can give out the interface to the employees who need it. There is another thread going on with this same request that has 3 pages worth of requests for this feature as well.
Guess this is going nowhere. I'd like to hear from someone at Airtable, why Interfaces are only available to paid users. As many, many people on this thread have stated, Interfaces would only increase the use of Airtable at their company. We would probably create more bases that would help the staff and bring on a few more paid users but the entire company isn't going to pay to use 1 base.
I am afraid I strongly suspect it is going absolutely nowhere. I can't see Airtable opening up Interfaces to non account holders. Such a shame - would be so useful.
Still - there are some really good options out there to build a front end using Airtable as a backend.
I’m not a pro at this though. Just so you know.
Glide is excellent. www.glideapps.com. Apps are really responsive and it’s lovely to work in. Great UI and an incredibly helpful forum. Integration with Airtable is good - but has a few quirks
Noloco is another excellent offering. Better integration with Airtable but I don’t feel it’s as good for mobile apps. But I think if it’s desktop only - you’ve got more options. Their support via a Slack group is excellent. You tend to get an answer within an hour or so. I suspect they have a smaller user base.
Both of those are excellent but check pricing.
Then there is Softr. Better for pretty apps selling stuff (I only do apps to serve a purpose.
they all have a backend so you don’t have to use Airtable. I would ditch Airtable if I didn’t have so much stuff in there already.
just my thoughts -
hope it helps!