When your product raises $185 million and is celebrated among makers, big tech notices.
Google’s in-house incubator Area 120, launched Tables
last week, a tool for collaboration, workflow, and automation.
This new Google tool is drawing some direct comparisons with the no-code giant Airtable
, which recently upgraded its new platform with Sync, Marketplace, Apps, and Automation while raising $185M. We wrote about this
in more detail.
Google positions Tables as a project management tool to get teams on the same page (and the same virtual table) with bots, automation, and seamless integration to other Google products like Sheets, Groups, and Contacts.
While there are many productivity tools
in the market and many adopting a Kanban board approach, Trello
to name just a few, Google has an advantage of tapping into its existing user base of millions of users already invested in Google’s ecosystem (Gmail, Drive, Docs).
The product was launched in a Google-like freemium fashion.
You can use Tables for free, with support for up to 100 tables and 1,000 rows. The paid plan includes a 3-month trial, starts from $10/month/user giving you up to 1,000 tables and 10,000 rows/table.
Would you switch to Tables