If you use Airtable to plan and schedule, you may have an external calendar app that you’d like to keep in sync. You have a few methods at your disposal if you want to set this up, depending on the needs of your workflow.
Let’s take a look at your options:
You might manage your calendar outside of Airtable but also have a series of events in Airtable that you’d like to include on your calendar as well. In this case, you only need a one-way sync that takes the events you have in Airtable and syncs them to your favorite calendar app. …
Have you ever done hours of work on a piece, only to check your inbox and find an email with “the latest version attached”?
Do you feel like you’re starting from scratch every time you create a new piece of content, rather than following a tried and true process?
Over time, working this way can compound even the smallest frustrations. And content marketing is already a complex job. It requires balancing your time between strategy, ideation, creation, editing, distribution, and performance tracking-the slightest inefficiencies could throw off that balance.
We know what we need to do our jobs well: a spreadsheet to track our strategy, a calendar to track our schedules, methods to maintain communication, and a means to track pipelines and tasks. …
Today, we’re giving Pro and Enterprise customers a powerful new way to visualize their work: the Gantt block, a lightweight, flexible planning tool for representing dependencies that lets you turn your Airtable base into a Gantt chart.
If you’re not already familiar with what a Gantt chart is, it’s a type of horizontal bar chart that your team can use to visualize a timeline for a project, program, or anything else that involves work performed over time. Each bar represents an activity that needs to be completed, and the bars are connected with arrows showing which activities need to be completed before other activities can be started. …