If you’re a customer of Airtable, then you’re already a fan of consolidating must-have productivity tools in one place. And you probably know there is one more silo to break down—data. Workstream.io does precisely that; break down silos for your data. Workstream.io integrates with a comprehensive suite of data tools you already use. No need to fumble with coding for your no-code solution; bring it all into Workstream.io, and you are done. Import your favorite Airtable Bases and Relationships into Workstream.io to share your projects, tasks, and calendars alongside the disparate data tools you use with the right teams at the right time. Enjoy a single pane of glass for your bases with your data via the Workstream.io repository.
Grab the URL for the Airtable asset you want to share and add it to a Workstream.io workspace. Now you analyze Airtable and your data alongside other data assets from other companies while managing the work. Can’t leave Airtable? No problem. The Workstream Concierge Chrome extension works natively and augments the Airtable experience with data documentation, context, and in-line collaboration. Simply add your Base to a Workstream workspace, curate and connect your analytics, BI, operational, and other data tools in one place. Add helpful documentation, training videos, context, and FAQs to enhance learning and collaboration. Empower your team with Airtable projects alongside their external must-have data tools.
Airtable was founded on the belief that software shouldn’t dictate how you work—you should dictate how it works. Their mission is to democratize software creation by enabling anyone to build tools that meet their needs. People globally use Airtable to do everything from cattle tracking to filmmaking. And they help teams of all kinds achieve their most ambitious goals. Their powerful visual platform connects data, people, and workflows across the organization, so everyone’s using the same source of truth.
We are building for the most innovative, forward thinking data teams around. If that sounds like you, please reach out!