Here's how to use Airtable, the user-friendly spreadsheet app that's taking Silicon Valley by storm
Everyone in Silicon Valley seems to be talking about Airtable, a user-friendly spreadsheet app that makes it super easy to build custom applications - no coding experience required.
Airtable has achieved something of a cult following, especially among developers. Tesla uses Airtable to track inventory of vehicles as they leave the factory; $20 billion office-space startup WeWork is a customer, too.With a recently announced $52 million in new funding, Airtable has ambitious plans to become the next Microsoft of business apps.
Here's what makes Airtable so special, and how to use it for yourself:
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