Get aligned at every altitude by tracking progress across programs, projects, and tasks.
With visibility into resource allocation and utilization, you can unblock work and avoid burnout.
Define repeatable processes and status reports to create predictability in your workflow.
Teams use Airtable to incorporate project management into larger business processes that connect entire departments. See what else is possible for your function.
Project management is one of the most popular ways that teams use Airtable, but it’s far from the only way. Teams in diverse business functions like Marketing, Product, and Operations use Airtable to build apps and power connected workflows for all kinds of use cases.
Project management tools offer a good starting point for simple, team-level task management. But, since they're so narrowly focused just on projects and tasks, teams find them restrictive for managing anything else. Projects and tasks are just one piece of your larger workflow. For example, Marketing teams use Airtable to connect strategic planning, content production, channel distribution, and measurement into a unified process with project management incorporated along the way.