Its been a big week for Airtable and its customizable spreadsheet platform. On top of unveiling new features designed to boost its automation, low code and team collaboration cred, the San Francisco, Ca. based company unveiled $185 million in series D funding. Founded in 2012, Airtable has seen a sharp rise in during the COVID 19 pandemic, with 200,000 businesses now using its app. By combining the power of a database with the accessibility of a spreadsheet, Airtable lets users create shared...

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