How to use Tables

Tables  is a collaborative database that lets teams track and automate work, without any coding required.

You can store various types of rich information -- people, attachments, dates, locations -- and visualize the data in powerful layouts that make it easier to track your work: kanban boards, ticketing queue, and more. You can also add input forms to collect data, and bots to automate actions in your table.

What can I do with Tables?

Tables is great for tracking business data such as:

  • lightweight projects or tasks
  • support tickets and product issues
  • customers and vendors
  • sales leads and orders
  • employees and teams
  • creative or hardware assets

To quickly get started and explore common use cases, check out Tables templates

Important update:

Last September, Tables beta launched in Area 120, Google's in-house incubator for experimental projects, with the goal of proving market demand for a solution to help teams organize and track work, and it was a success! Google Cloud has committed to investing in this product area long-term. Moving forward, the beta version of Tables will still be available until we release a fully-supported Google Cloud product – which we expect to complete in the next year. 


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