As with Asana, Airtable also offers a free version, which includes unlimited bases and 2 G of file space. To increase storage to 5 G, Airtable Plus is available for $10 per user per month with annual billing or $12 per user per month with monthly billing. Airtable Pro is $24 per month per user and increases storage to 20 G, as well as offering advanced features. The Enterprise option is negotiated with customers on a case-by-case basis.
In many ways, Airtable functions as a supercharged and multifaceted spreadsheet, though its functionality expands beyond that. Airtable uses six components to manage projects: workspaces, bases, tables, fields, records and views. You can also create boards to organize components applicable to your specific team or project.
Airtable’s strength lies in its breadth of features, which include a task scheduler, shared team calendars, team dashboards, time-tracking systems and file sharing, among others. Additionally, Airtable has a custom reports feature that can show items grouped together based on their designation (such as completed tasks, leads, etc.).