Baserow is an open-source no-code database tool and Airtable alternative. Create your own online database without technical experience. Our user-friendly no-code tool gives you the powers of a developer without leaving your browser. We’ll show you right here, and in the sections to come.
Here are the things that you should keep in mind before you start using Baserow for the first time. In this section, you will learn about the fundamental components and the essentials of starting with Baserow. Let’s go!
Learn the basics and create your workspaces. In this section, we’ll cover how to set up your Baserow Workspaces.
A quick approach to getting your project up and running is to create a database from a template or make a copy of an existing database from Airtable.
In this section, you’ll learn how to input data into Baserow either by starting from scratch and adding data as you go or by importing data from another source.
This section will guide you through the various fields available in Baserow so that you can get the most out of them.
This section provides a guide to view your work as a Grid, Gallery, Form, Kanban, and more — toggle views instantly to bring clarity and perspective to your projects. You may find our help section on sharing views useful.
In this section, we will cover the concepts related to rows in a table. A row is essentially a record or entry in a grid view.
In this guide, we’ll use Baserow to even out the workload between collaborators, create a culture of accountability, and streamline your team’s communication process.
Role-based access control allows administrators to restrict access to data by assigning roles to users in workspaces, databases or tables. Role based permissions feature is only available to users on Baserow.io SaaS Advanced and Self-hosted Enterprise plans.
Connect Baserow to over 4000+ apps and services, and build automated workflows. Baserow is API first: use our API docs and webhooks to virtually connect with any other software and automate your workflows.
This section will cover your account settings. Your account settings include information that is unique to you, including your password, API tokens, and the name on your account.
This section covers how you can get access to paid Baserow features by paying for a subscription. Discover how to use and manage subscriptions for paid plans in Baserow.
Single Sign On (SSO) allows users to log in just one time with one set of credentials to get access to all corporate apps, websites, and data for which they have permission.
Baserow Enterprise plan is designed to support large teams in industries to build databases, collaborate on projects, create applications and workflows, and digitise processes.