So after years of being solo, I'm now part of a small -- but rapidly growing -- organization. We're looking to implement a dashboard. It doesn't have to be fancy but it has aggregate a bunch of data, mostly from Airtable.
Any recommendations for what's out there? Free is always preferred but happy to pay a low reasonable cost for a good product.
Have you checked out Databox (https://databox.com/)? I'm unsure if they have a native integration to airtable but guessing you could connect via zapier (https://zapier.com/apps/airtable/integrations/databox). @pc4media can confirm (Databox's CEO)
Check out intersectlabs.io -- it enables you to aggregate a bunch of data from a variety of sources, including Airtable. It's easy to use too.
Try Google's Data Studio which you could connect to Airtable using 3rd party tools (like they've done here: https://dev.to/syncinc/use-airtable-google-data-studio-as-your-business-os-3a95)
Otherwise, I'd consider also using Google Sheets to Airtable.
There are a number of dashboard solutions in addition to the ones already mentioned: Cyfe, Klipfolio, Dasheroo, Geckoboard. But surprisingly, integration with Airtable isn't very common (I checked Cyfe and Klipfolio).
Maybe use something like coupler.io to pull it in to an google sheet and then use some of the options given here?
Hi Peter, as previous commenters mentioned.
1) Sync Airtable with Google Sheets (you can try coupler.io - 1 hour sync up to 50K rows per month for free).
2) Then build a dashboard in Google Sheets, or further sync with Google Data Studio (here is the link to a video that teaches you how to use GDS for beginners )
If you specify the type of dashboard you need to create, maybe I'll be able to help you out with a template! Just let me know!
What are you trying to measure?
It really depends on the number of sources and the amount of data preparation and processing you need.
If low, then a quick (and a bit dirty) way to do it is to take a free spreadsheet connector, then plug it into Google Data Studio (or another dashboard tool).
If high, Whaly lets you process and automate reports on top of multiple tools (eg. Airtable, Postgres, Facebook, etc.) without coding. For instance, I automated reports from Hubspot, Airtable, and Google Analytics data to measure my acquisition funnel.
Free to contact me if you have questions about your data tooling: firstname.lastname@example.org
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