What is the proposed idea/solution?
I would like to have one account with multiple emails associated rather than having 3-4 Airtable accounts with only a couple workspaces in each. Perhaps there is a master email login (like on LinkedIn, where you can add multiple emails associated with the same account), or there is a user ID used instead of an email. Regardless, when someone invites you onto a project with one of your emails, those projects are all housed under one roof. When you get an invitation and the email isn't already added to an account, the invitation can ask you if you'd like to link it to an existing account or if you'd like to create a new one.
How does is solve the user problems?
Right now, I have multiple accounts because a new one is created for a work email vs personal vs volunteer projects. It's frustrating to have to switch back and forth between different accounts rather than being able to combine them into one account and set up different workspaces for each project. Because the org is charged per user, you can't add multiple emails without being charged or using up two spaces of your 5 allowed on the free account. By allowing us to combine accounts, things would be cleaner and more user-friendly for those of us who have multiple emails and multiple projects they like to use Airtable with.
How was this validated?
Years of annoyance.
Who is the target audience?
People who use Airtable on multiple projects and have multiple emails they need to use for those for various reasons.