If you need a way to create documents automatically with your Airtable data :page_with_curl: :file_folder: , whether it’s an invoice, a contract, a flyer handout, a label, or other types, you can use Google Docs with the On2Air app.
The On2Air Actions app has a Google Docs function that allows you to automatically generate documents from your Airtable base into a Doc, Slide, or Sheet. Then, adds it back into your base.
You click a checkbox :white_check_mark: in your base, your document is created, and is then uploaded back into your base as a PDF and/or a Google Docs file.
Here’s how AirOps Consulting, Founder and CEO Cherry Yang, uses it to generate Quotes and equipment lists from an Airtable base.
(There’s also a free Quote template for Docs and a Project Budget Airtable base template you can grab)