Season 4 of the BuiltOnAir Podcast just wrapped up last week.
In Season 4 of the BuilOnAir Podcast, we had guests with incredible talents join us from all over the world. From France, Spain, Texas, and all along the West Coast, we were privileged to hear some amazing stories and see some fantastic Airtable demos. Our guests this season ranged from CEOs, Start-Up Co-Founders, Tech Guru’s, and Life Coaches, and each one of them brought something unique to the table.
In short, this season has been full of some pretty talented Airtable loving people.
During season 4 we also got to see tons of demo bases that were skillfully created for professional use cases, as well as a few personal use cases too. This season we got to take a behind the scenes look at some great tools that can be integrated into Airtable (approval systems, backups, miniExtensions), got to see some great trackers and planning bases, bases on managing subscriptions and CRM’s, and even a babysitter tracker for busy professionals.
Our team at BuiltOnAir has been blown away by all the talent we’ve seen this season and we are so thankful to have been able to hear all our guest’s stories and see the creative approach they are taking with Airtable. We are also so incredibly thankful for our ever-growing audience, who are the reason we do this in the first place. Our podcast has reached even more listeners this season and it has been a joy to watch. To make sure you are kept in the loop on future updates and episodes, you can subscribe here so you don’t miss a thing.
We are already hard at work planning for another great season filled with more Airtable fanatics sharing their stories, showcasing unique bases, and hopefully inspiring others to dive headfirst into to tool that we all love so much. As always, we love hearing from our audience and what you want from our podcast. We take your ideas and use them to help us stay focused on bringing quality content, excellent and useful demos, and an overall great show.
The following are some of the exciting reports we have on the podcast audience. Here are listener trends from Season 4. (January to March)
The other exciting statistic for us continues to be seeing the podcast audience sprout up around the world, as illustrated by this map:
Season 4 had a total of 2,751 downloads as of March 31:
Season Quick Links
In the section below you can find a brief review of each episode from season 4, including the featured guest, listening length, when the podcast was aired, and a summary of what the episode was about. Simply click the links associated with an episode to be taken to the podcast page that includes the full video, an audio downloadable version, and show notes, as well as associated links to learn more about the expert’s work.
EPISODE 1: Andrew Poon, Tech Guru & Software Engineer
January 6, 2020 6:00am PST • 35 minutes
Andrew is a co-founder of Clockworks a company focused on making complex approvals easy to set up and manage.
EPISODE 2: Karl Hughes, Start-up Enthusiast & Software Engineer
January 13, 2020 6:00am PST • 30 minutes
Karl Hughes is a start-up enthusiast and software engineer and the creator of CFP Land. CFP, Call For Proposal, helps manage and keep track of speakers and conferences worldwide. Karl walks us through the backend of CFP he has set up using airtable.
EPISODE 3: Jonathan Shyman, Web Designer and Life Coach
January 20, 2020 6:00am PST • 48 minutes
In this episode, we talk to Jonathan Shyman, a web designer and life coach. Jonathan walks us through his prototype Airtable base that tracks the progress his life coaching clients make across their sessions.
EPISODE 4: Jordan Walker, Founder of YAC Chat
January 27, 2020 6:00am PST • 29 minutes
In today’s episode, we speak with Jordan Walker; product designer and start-up founder of an exciting new app, YAC Chat. Jordan shares with us a sample of his development hours tracker, where he can track task assignments and the time spent for each.
EPISODE 5: Abby Spyker, Co-Founder & CEO of Northwest Media Collective
February 3, 2020 5:00am PST • 36 minutes
In today’s episode, we speak with Abby Spyker: Co-Founder and CEO of Northwest Media Collective. Abby shares a few sample bases that truly demonstrate the versatility of Airtable.
EPISODE 6: Abdul Alzanki, Software Engineer
February 10, 2020 5:00am PST • 35 minutes
In this episode, we talk to Abdul Alzanki, a mobile app developer at Khan Academy hailing from the Bay Area who has developed a series of no-code feature extensions for Airtable called miniExtensions.
EPISODE 7: Ambroise Dhenain, Cofounder of Unly
February 17, 2020 5:00am PST • 38 minutes
Today on the podcast we travel to France to chat with Ambroise Dhenain: start-up cofounder, CTO, developer, and more. Ambroise and the team at Unly released an open source software for managing Airtable backups.
EPISODE 8: Cherry Yang, Automation Pro and Developer
February 24, 2020 5:00am PST • 33 minutes
Our guest on the podcast today is Cherry Yang, automation pro and developer. Cherry started using Airtable while working in an operations role, and quickly saw its potential. After putting together her first base, a product information database, the entire company was using it.
EPISODE 9: Chris Ortolano, Community Organizer
March 2, 2020 5:00am PST • 44 minutes
In this episode, we talk to Chris Ortolano of MilwaukieRIP, a community outreach organization that works with urban planners and other community members on land use and transportation planning efforts.
EPISODE 10: Victor Feliciano, Jack of All Trades
March 9, 2020 5:00am PDT • 30 minutes
In today’s episode, we speak with Victor Feliciano, a true jack of all trades with expertise in Operations Management. The Base Victor shares with us today is his Customers and Subscription Tracker, where he has expertly made use of junction tables to accurately track his subscriptions and the versions and rates of each.
EPISODE 11: Christine Prefontaine, Innovation Executive
March 16, 2020 5:00am PDT • 34 minutes
In this episode, we’re joined by Christine Prefontaine, the co-founder of Loup Design & Innovation and co-inventor of StoryEngine.io. Christine walks us through their CRM base.
EPISODE 12: Hannah Wiginton, Communications and Grants Director
March 23, 2020 5:00am PDT • 28 minutes
In this episode, we chat with Hannah Wiginton of Abilene, Texas, the Communications and Grants Director for New Horizons, a non-profit organization for foster families.
Bonus Episode 13: Elias Gomez, Tech & WordPress Developer (Spanish)
March 30, 2020 5:00am PDT • 32 minutes
In this episode, we explore Airtable in Spanish. We are joined by Elias Gomez, from Bilbao Spain. He is a technology and WordPress developer as well as a DJ.
Here’s to another great season starting in May 2020! In the meantime be sure to get subscribed, and watch the Spring Series roll out until then. See you there!