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Records per base
Attachment space per base
Revision and snapshot history
Rich field types including attachments, checkboxes, dropdowns, and more
Web, desktop, iOS, and Android apps
Realtime collaboration and commenting
Grid, calendar, form, kanban, and gallery views
Gantt view
Timeline view
Personal and locked views
Interface Designer
Design interactive applications with a drag-and-drop experience
Scripting App
Chart App
Page Designer App
Page Designer
Pivot Table App
Pivot Table
Runs per month
Run history
Automation integrations
Synced tables per base
Sync sources per table
Synced tables update method
Multi-source syncing
External source syncing
Salesforce external source syncing
Expanded color and formatting options
Advanced calendar features
Custom branded forms
Editing & Permissions
Password and domain restricted shares
Field and table editing permissions
Early access to new features
SAML-based single sign-on (SSO)
Federated company account
Unlimited workspaces
Payment by invoice
Enterprise-wide admin panel
Enhanced deletion recovery
On-demand webinars
Self-serve knowledge base
Email support
Priority support
Ongoing Success Program
Customer Success Manager
Joint success plans
Business reviews
Professional Services
Consultations with Airtable experts
Custom base trainings*
Base build services*
* Service levels determined based on spend. Services expire if they are not utilized within the contract term.

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Frequently asked questions

Airtable plans are charged per seat. If you are on Airtable’s Free plan, you can add users to your workspace for free. If you are on a paid Airtable plan, you will be charged for all collaborators who have edit or comment permissions to at least one base in the workspace. No charges will apply for read-only collaborators or people submitting forms. Charges are prorated: collaborators with edit permissions added partway through the month will only be charged for the days they were collaborators.
Upgrades to Airtable Enterprise apply per account within an organization. You will be charged for all collaborators with edit, comment, or read access to at least one base in your organization. An organization has the ability to create unlimited workspaces and bases as part of the enterprise plan. Charges are prorated: collaborators with edit, comment, or read permissions added partway through the billing cycle will only be charged for the months they were collaborators. For more information on our Enterprise plans, contact sales.
Airtable has multiple packages to help teams of all sizes orchestrate their work. Our Free plan is available to teams for no charge and provides the key building blocks to help you build your database. The Free plan is free forever and is formulated for small teams or those with lightweight needs. Our paid plans offer additional power and scale for teams as they grow and their needs get more complex.
Our Free plan is available at no cost for teams just getting started. For teams who like the features of our Free plan but need more storage, our Plus plan is available for $10/user. Our Pro plan costs $20/user and includes the customization and team management features that fast moving teams and organizations need. Our Enterprise plan pricing is custom, based on the organization’s needs and scale with Airtable. To learn more about our Enterprise pricing, contact sales.
All payments are made via credit card for Plus and Pro workspaces. For Enterprise accounts, we can issue an annual invoice with payment via PO and/or ACH, wire, or check. Please contact sales for more information.
If you reach our record or attachment limits, you’ll still be able to use your bases. We’ll let you know about the overage, and give you a grace period to find a plan that fits your needs!
A base is a collection of related tables, often reflecting a single project, process, or workflow that you collaborate on with your team. For example, you could make a base to organize your sales process, with tables for sales leads, companies, and deal opportunities. Each table contains records (similar to rows in a spreadsheet), which represent the individual objects, ideas, or people that you’re tracking. You’re free to create as many bases as you’d like on any of our plans.
Airtable provides powerful ways to go back in time with record-level revision history and base snapshots. View a living history of all the changes that have been made to a single record and jump back in time and restore your base to a previous state. We provide a limited history for free plans, with extended histories for our premium plans. When you upgrade and extend your history, you’ll see the history that was previously limited by your old plan’s limits.
While we don’t limit the number of bases you can create, we do limit records and attachment space per base. On the Free plan, we limit the total number of records you can have across all tables in a base. We also limit the total amount of attachment space you can use in a base. You can increase these limits by upgrading to one of our premium plans.