Airtable is a powerful database, with a simple interface. Whether you're building a database to manage the team, to track a product launch, or to brainstorm new ideas for your business, Airtable is flexible enough to let you focus on the work.
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Triggers when a new record is available.
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Update the values of specific cells in an Airtable record.
Airtable is a web-based application that allows users to create an unlimited number of tables, which can be organized into spreadsheets. Tables can be linked together, and databases can be shared with other users. The application is designed to work from a web browser, using either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. Airtable began as a result of the frustration that its co-founder, Matt Raible, had with his job in software development. He was tasked with maintaining a list of bugs in a spreadsheet, but found it difficult to keep track of adjustments that he made to the spreadsheet. He turned to his friend Clark Valberg, who had also worked in the software industry and shared the same frustrations that Raible had. After some initial discussion and research, the pair decided that the best solution would be creating a database application that they could use in their daily lives.
Downtime Alert is an app for iOS and Android mobile devices that allows users to send alerts to their friends, family or coworkers if their phone has not moved in a specified period of time. By using the app, users can tell others that they are safe or if they need help. After installation of the app on an iOS device, the user is prompted to enter three contacts. If any of those contacts try to locate the user's phone through the Find My iPhone app and does not find it within a specified period of time, then one of the contacts will receive an alert. The alert tells them that the user's phone has not moved in a specified amount of time and asks if they have seen the user recently. If no one responds, the alert is escalated until someone reacts.
It was first released as Find My Phone by Andrew Mansa in 2010, who sold it shortly afterwards to Peter Czaban and Nick Fletcher. Czaban and Fletcher changed the name to Downtime Alert and added additional features, including sending texts to contacts when the phone goes missing.
After creating a table named "The Projects" in Airtable and adding fields for project name, project description, website address, start date and end date, Raible and Valberg were able to create a spreadsheet that would be able to keep track of bugs for their company. A couple of months after launch, Raible and Valberg discovered that there was a large market for their product outside of their personal needs. They decided to create a company called Airtable Inc., which removed the cost of using the software from $5 per month to $10 per year for individuals and $25 per year for businesses. Later, the price was dropped to $10 per year for everyone. Airtable Inc. currently employs approximately 40 people and is based out of San Francisco, CA. Airtable Inc.'s investors include Y Combinator, Google Ventures, SV Angel, Andreessen Horowitz, General Catalyst Partners, Naval Ravikant and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff. Airtable Inc.'s investors are very optimistic about its future success; Benioff stated that it will be "one of the most successful companies in the world."
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