Top 10
New Likes

The bases with the most new likes this month

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Simple To Do List & Task Management

A simple to do list and task management base for all those tasks you need to manage. This base features an overarching to do list, where you can set due dates, priority levels and categories for each task. You can view your organized tasks on the Calendar, view them by their level of priority, or view them by their due dates. This handy base also allows you to keep track of completed tasks in a separate view. Easy to customize, flexible for all your task management needs, and ready to be shaped into just what you need! No frills, no fuss, just simply organized task management. Here's a break down of each view included: 1. To Do's - This view is for creating your tasks. You can add your tasks, set priority levels, add due dates, and set categories. This view is sorted by completion, so the tasks needing done remain on top and focused. 2. Organized By Due Date - This view is a simple list of your tasks, organized by their due date. 3. Organized By Priority - This view is a simple list of your tasks, organized by their priority. 4. Calendar - This view allows you to see all of your tasks on a Calendar. 5. Completed Tasks - This view is where all your tasks go to live once they are completed!

Total Likes: 2

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Open Up Guide: Using Open Dara to Advance Climate Action

As countries design and implement policies and actions for climate change mitigation and adaptation, the production, disclosure, monitoring, and use of data will be essential to understand risks, track progress, enable informed action, and evaluate impact across a range of sectors. Effective climate action calls for a coordinated and coherent response across societies, underpinned by shared information. While national governments must play a lead role in responding to climate change, the Paris Agreement and subsequent Talanoa Dialogue have clearly established that contributions from subnational governments, the private sector, and civil society are crucial for success. Just as national governments both produce and use data, non-state actors may play both roles as well. Compiling and encouraging access to climate-relevant data empowers cities to develop low-carbon development plans, informs private sector investment decisions, and allows civil society to participate more effectively and translate information to less data-literate users. Improved data access can also foster more robust collaboration among diverse sectors and actors, a fundamental ingredient in the climate change agenda given its intersectionalilty and the crucial need of coordination for impactful actions.

Total Likes: 2

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List of 1000 + Business Courses

[List of 1000 + Business Courses](https://airtable.com/appErQ62sb9KAwBvO)

Total Likes: 1

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By Anna Von Reitz

The most interesting grandma in Alaska. Prepare to be challenged. Critical thinking required. Unlearn the past. Uncover the game. Undo the crime. We are the ones we've been waiting for. This unofficial collection of the writings of Judge Anna Von Reitz is published on her website and mirrored here, with her kind permission. Her personal website is AnnaVonReitz.com. Explore her writings further, or grab the latest base and share it with all your friends. Read Anna's Collections Anna's Top 10, For Jural Assemblies, Stop Being Stupid, The Great Fraud, Your Birth Certificate, and more. Download the Complete PDF Library and the full text of every article. All content is the property of © Anna Von Reitz and annavonreitz.com. All rights reserved.

Total Likes: 1

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Open Up Guide for Agriculture

The Government Open-Up Guide for Agriculture is a guide for governments to identify and publish the relevant data sets in support of the [e-Agricultural Transformation](http://www.fao.org/fileadmin/templates/tci/pdf/Investment_Days_2010_2nd_day/Session_I/e-agrADV_en-singlefile.pdf). Governments around the world poses many datasets that are relevant for the agricultural sector and would catalyze sustainable agricultural production in support of the second Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero Hunger (SDG2) if they published this data as open data on the web.

Total Likes: 1

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The Startup Studio Ecosystem

This database is an overview of 500+ Startup Studio’s, Venture Builders, Accelerators and VC’s. In the light of building startups/ventures/companies whether this is initiated by ambitious entrepreneurs and/or forward-looking corporates, there are a lot of heroes and parties involved to ignite these potential unicorns. While you might be familiar with the pioneers of the startup studio model like Rocket Internet in Berlin and Betaworks in New York the concept has spread far and wide since these heroes made it famous. In the process of prepping our Startup Studio, The Main Ingredient, for 2019 I wanted to take a closer look at the present state of the market we are operating in. Who are our global peers & competitors in 2019? To start, we should maybe set the scene by defining what a startup studio is _not_. A Startup Studio is not an Incubator, Accelerator, or a Venture Capitalist — although a Startup Studio often contains facets of all three. Researching and analyzing the Startup Studio market raised a lot of new questions and ideas. If you have any companies that should be added, please at the suggestion here: https://airtable.com/shrUJibxTfDP61n7j read the backstory on this database here: https://blog.themainingredient.co/the-startup-studio-ecosystem-2019-6598f2652e5e

Total Likes: 1

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The Ultimate Meal Planning and Recipe Guide

If you’re anything like us, food is the core of our lives. Our schedule, conversations, and memories revolve around it. We love to eat and we make sure we have the time and the tools we need to thoroughly enjoy it. The Problem Week after week we found that going out to eat was consuming our budget. We would come home from work very hungry and not in the mood to cook and would resort to going out. When we would stay home we were indecisive on what to make and often lacked the ingredients to complete something that was healthy, tasty and out of the ordinary. We were getting bored, yet were overwhelmed with the prospect of meal prepping. My Process The first step was to analyze our current approach to mealtimes and identify pain points. These included the time it took to plan and a space that both of us could access to see what was on the schedule. We made a list of the most important steps to planning our meals for the week. With those steps in place we created a shared Airtable base and tables that corresponded to these new steps. The final design included 4 tables that are linked within each other to help plan the schedule quickly each week. The Solution The solution came in the form of a single shared Airtable base designed with linked tables for each of the tasks at hand: - A schedule for planning out a week of meals: based on a schedule of going for groceries once a week for two people (who don’t always eat the same thing for every meal). The master view is grouped by date. There is also a view of items to be prepared for the week on meal prep day. The recipe is also linked to the day for quick access. - A list for grocery shopping: The master view for this table is grouped by stores with additional list views for each store. The individual store views are configured to be easily viewable on the Airtable mobile app with a field to check off each item as you secure it in your cart. Additionally, you will be able to refer to the recipe the item is needed for. - A Recipe Gallery to store and select from: We found that a recipe gallery was essential to planning quickly. Our goal is to choose 3-4 new recipes each week and to fill in with leftovers and go-to meals. The Gallery view presents images of the recipes (note: images are from websites where recipes were taken from). You can also access a master view of all of the recipes in grid format and by breakfast, lunch, and dinner tags. In addition you can filter tags and/or ingredients to easily find what you are looking for. You are able to rate each recipe you have tried as well as add chef notes. Each recipe can be linked across other tables such as the schedule and the grocery list. - A review log of our tried and true favorite brands: We consider ourselves professional consumers of food. We like to find the best quality foods and brands for the best deals. We found this table helpful when determining a grocery list. We like to try new brands and foods often and mark our reviews here for future reference. I see this as a potential tool and content for influencers.

Total Likes: 1

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Candidates Database

Many times I struggle to manage all the information of the candidates via email, I had work with other software's but for SME's many of them are high cost, high maintenance, difficult to implement for your colleagues... etc. So I found Airtable and made my own! And I really love it, right now in my database I have 345 candidates! and I have all the info and process they had been thru. This base will help you to manage your candidates, is easy to personalize. There are 4 tables, the Candidate Base contents all the info your candidates submit via forms (you will need to create them but you'll find the examples). You can share your forms in your website, so the candidates are the ones that enter their info. Positions -if you manage a lot of positions, that table will help you to remember what positions you published and what candidates submitted for that position. Interviewers- for me it's really necessary to remember who else contact or interview the candidate! Then there are two other tables, one is for me and my form to submit my recap of my interview, the other us a form for my colleagues to submit therr recaps.

Total Likes: 1

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Adoption & Implementation Roadmap

This roadmap has been designed to support government officials who are helping their organisations to adopt and implement the principles of the Open Data Charter. It’s also relevant to non-governmental organisations and businesses interested in supporting the implementation of open data policies. There are a number of existing tools that assess open data initiatives. But organisations often need guidance, in the form of a recommended action plan, that will help them begin the process of implementing the Charter principles. This document provides a suggested roadmap. It is intended to act as a reference for governments officials to turn the Charter principles into a set of concrete actions that can help plan and improve open data practice. It should be read alongside the [Activities](https://airtable.com/shrHgvcru5Cu4s3rn/tblaTKyjRFwMzpbbc) Table setting out specific actions that governments should consider following.

Total Likes: 1

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Open Data Measurement Tools

Quick review of the existing measurement tools (indexes) around open data.

Total Likes: 0

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Top 10
New Copies

The bases with the most new copies this month

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Simple To Do List & Task Management

A simple to do list and task management base for all those tasks you need to manage. This base features an overarching to do list, where you can set due dates, priority levels and categories for each task. You can view your organized tasks on the Calendar, view them by their level of priority, or view them by their due dates. This handy base also allows you to keep track of completed tasks in a separate view. Easy to customize, flexible for all your task management needs, and ready to be shaped into just what you need! No frills, no fuss, just simply organized task management. Here's a break down of each view included: 1. To Do's - This view is for creating your tasks. You can add your tasks, set priority levels, add due dates, and set categories. This view is sorted by completion, so the tasks needing done remain on top and focused. 2. Organized By Due Date - This view is a simple list of your tasks, organized by their due date. 3. Organized By Priority - This view is a simple list of your tasks, organized by their priority. 4. Calendar - This view allows you to see all of your tasks on a Calendar. 5. Completed Tasks - This view is where all your tasks go to live once they are completed!

Total Copies: 48

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The Ultimate Meal Planning and Recipe Guide

If you’re anything like us, food is the core of our lives. Our schedule, conversations, and memories revolve around it. We love to eat and we make sure we have the time and the tools we need to thoroughly enjoy it. The Problem Week after week we found that going out to eat was consuming our budget. We would come home from work very hungry and not in the mood to cook and would resort to going out. When we would stay home we were indecisive on what to make and often lacked the ingredients to complete something that was healthy, tasty and out of the ordinary. We were getting bored, yet were overwhelmed with the prospect of meal prepping. My Process The first step was to analyze our current approach to mealtimes and identify pain points. These included the time it took to plan and a space that both of us could access to see what was on the schedule. We made a list of the most important steps to planning our meals for the week. With those steps in place we created a shared Airtable base and tables that corresponded to these new steps. The final design included 4 tables that are linked within each other to help plan the schedule quickly each week. The Solution The solution came in the form of a single shared Airtable base designed with linked tables for each of the tasks at hand: - A schedule for planning out a week of meals: based on a schedule of going for groceries once a week for two people (who don’t always eat the same thing for every meal). The master view is grouped by date. There is also a view of items to be prepared for the week on meal prep day. The recipe is also linked to the day for quick access. - A list for grocery shopping: The master view for this table is grouped by stores with additional list views for each store. The individual store views are configured to be easily viewable on the Airtable mobile app with a field to check off each item as you secure it in your cart. Additionally, you will be able to refer to the recipe the item is needed for. - A Recipe Gallery to store and select from: We found that a recipe gallery was essential to planning quickly. Our goal is to choose 3-4 new recipes each week and to fill in with leftovers and go-to meals. The Gallery view presents images of the recipes (note: images are from websites where recipes were taken from). You can also access a master view of all of the recipes in grid format and by breakfast, lunch, and dinner tags. In addition you can filter tags and/or ingredients to easily find what you are looking for. You are able to rate each recipe you have tried as well as add chef notes. Each recipe can be linked across other tables such as the schedule and the grocery list. - A review log of our tried and true favorite brands: We consider ourselves professional consumers of food. We like to find the best quality foods and brands for the best deals. We found this table helpful when determining a grocery list. We like to try new brands and foods often and mark our reviews here for future reference. I see this as a potential tool and content for influencers.

Total Copies: 22

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Content Marketing: Cross-Cutting Template

Use this base to find recurring themes, ideas and topics in your content, then create content around those entities. For a detailed explanation of cross-cutting, check out: https://www.animalz.co/blog/templates-and-cross-cutting/

Total Copies: 18

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Marketing Systems Canvas

Supercharge how you organize and track client assets (from domain names to video hosting). The Marketing Systems Canvas is a creation of my own design. It is focused around systems which we implemented at Solid to manage our clients, their information, as well as the myriad of products and services which different websites and digital campaigns require (paid and unpaid). It is a central point for you to track everything you need to know about your clients and the tech that powers their projects. Videos are coming to better explain how to make use of this.

Total Copies: 13

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List of 1000 + Business Courses

[List of 1000 + Business Courses](https://airtable.com/appErQ62sb9KAwBvO)

Total Copies: 10

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6
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The Startup Studio Ecosystem

This database is an overview of 500+ Startup Studio’s, Venture Builders, Accelerators and VC’s. In the light of building startups/ventures/companies whether this is initiated by ambitious entrepreneurs and/or forward-looking corporates, there are a lot of heroes and parties involved to ignite these potential unicorns. While you might be familiar with the pioneers of the startup studio model like Rocket Internet in Berlin and Betaworks in New York the concept has spread far and wide since these heroes made it famous. In the process of prepping our Startup Studio, The Main Ingredient, for 2019 I wanted to take a closer look at the present state of the market we are operating in. Who are our global peers & competitors in 2019? To start, we should maybe set the scene by defining what a startup studio is _not_. A Startup Studio is not an Incubator, Accelerator, or a Venture Capitalist — although a Startup Studio often contains facets of all three. Researching and analyzing the Startup Studio market raised a lot of new questions and ideas. If you have any companies that should be added, please at the suggestion here: https://airtable.com/shrUJibxTfDP61n7j read the backstory on this database here: https://blog.themainingredient.co/the-startup-studio-ecosystem-2019-6598f2652e5e

Total Copies: 7

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The Essential Wedding Planner and To Do List

Last year my now husband and I experienced the fun, yet overwhelming, task of planning a wedding. This base template was our hero during the process. We used it for EVERYTHING from research and planning to organizing information and tasks after the big day. We were even able to share the base with our wedding planner so that everyone was on the same page. It is comprised of four tables and multiple views to assist you throughout the process of planning a wedding. Guest List We spent most of our time in the ‘Guest List’ table. First we compiled a master guest list. Next views were created for the bridal party, table and seating numbers, and food choices for the caterer. As RSVPs rolled in we used this table religiously and created a view to show those attending. Vendors Once a number was set for the guest list we began to research venues and vendors. We tackled the venue research first and created a separate view to accommodate additional information such as venue capacity and parking options. A separate view for all the vendors researched is grouped by type of vendor. Each company that was considered had a field for rating and once we made a decision on final vendors a ‘Final Vendors’ view was created as we moved through the process. Gifts The ‘Gifts’ table was imperative during the bridal shower and when opening gifts after the wedding. It is linked to the guest list table which provides easy access to the gifter’s address when writing thank you letters. To Do The ‘To Do’ table was our wedding roadmap. We found it less overwhelming to write down all of our tasks and assign due dates. The master view is grouped by date the task is due. There is also a kanban view to easily project manage each task as it moves from the ‘Not Started’ status to ‘Done.’ You can also filter by priority, category, and person assigned. _Cover image by Athena Pelton Photography_

Total Copies: 7

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Candidates Database

Many times I struggle to manage all the information of the candidates via email, I had work with other software's but for SME's many of them are high cost, high maintenance, difficult to implement for your colleagues... etc. So I found Airtable and made my own! And I really love it, right now in my database I have 345 candidates! and I have all the info and process they had been thru. This base will help you to manage your candidates, is easy to personalize. There are 4 tables, the Candidate Base contents all the info your candidates submit via forms (you will need to create them but you'll find the examples). You can share your forms in your website, so the candidates are the ones that enter their info. Positions -if you manage a lot of positions, that table will help you to remember what positions you published and what candidates submitted for that position. Interviewers- for me it's really necessary to remember who else contact or interview the candidate! Then there are two other tables, one is for me and my form to submit my recap of my interview, the other us a form for my colleagues to submit therr recaps.

Total Copies: 6

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By Anna Von Reitz

The most interesting grandma in Alaska. Prepare to be challenged. Critical thinking required. Unlearn the past. Uncover the game. Undo the crime. We are the ones we've been waiting for. This unofficial collection of the writings of Judge Anna Von Reitz is published on her website and mirrored here, with her kind permission. Her personal website is AnnaVonReitz.com. Explore her writings further, or grab the latest base and share it with all your friends. Read Anna's Collections Anna's Top 10, For Jural Assemblies, Stop Being Stupid, The Great Fraud, Your Birth Certificate, and more. Download the Complete PDF Library and the full text of every article. All content is the property of © Anna Von Reitz and annavonreitz.com. All rights reserved.

Total Copies: 4

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Home Medical Supply Inventory

Keeping track of all the supplies that come with caring for someone who is sick can be a challenge. From knowing what to order and when, to keeping track of what medications expire. This base was created out of necessity for my daughter's care.

Total Copies: 4

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New Bases

Bases added to the universe this month

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List of 1000 + Business Courses

[List of 1000 + Business Courses](https://airtable.com/appErQ62sb9KAwBvO)

1 Likes | 10 Copies

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By Anna Von Reitz

The most interesting grandma in Alaska. Prepare to be challenged. Critical thinking required. Unlearn the past. Uncover the game. Undo the crime. We are the ones we've been waiting for. This unofficial collection of the writings of Judge Anna Von Reitz is published on her website and mirrored here, with her kind permission. Her personal website is AnnaVonReitz.com. Explore her writings further, or grab the latest base and share it with all your friends. Read Anna's Collections Anna's Top 10, For Jural Assemblies, Stop Being Stupid, The Great Fraud, Your Birth Certificate, and more. Download the Complete PDF Library and the full text of every article. All content is the property of © Anna Von Reitz and annavonreitz.com. All rights reserved.

1 Likes | 4 Copies

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Open Up Guide for Agriculture

The Government Open-Up Guide for Agriculture is a guide for governments to identify and publish the relevant data sets in support of the [e-Agricultural Transformation](http://www.fao.org/fileadmin/templates/tci/pdf/Investment_Days_2010_2nd_day/Session_I/e-agrADV_en-singlefile.pdf). Governments around the world poses many datasets that are relevant for the agricultural sector and would catalyze sustainable agricultural production in support of the second Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero Hunger (SDG2) if they published this data as open data on the web.

1 Likes | 2 Copies

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Open Data Measurement Tools

Quick review of the existing measurement tools (indexes) around open data.

0 Likes | 0 Copies

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The Startup Studio Ecosystem

This database is an overview of 500+ Startup Studio’s, Venture Builders, Accelerators and VC’s. In the light of building startups/ventures/companies whether this is initiated by ambitious entrepreneurs and/or forward-looking corporates, there are a lot of heroes and parties involved to ignite these potential unicorns. While you might be familiar with the pioneers of the startup studio model like Rocket Internet in Berlin and Betaworks in New York the concept has spread far and wide since these heroes made it famous. In the process of prepping our Startup Studio, The Main Ingredient, for 2019 I wanted to take a closer look at the present state of the market we are operating in. Who are our global peers & competitors in 2019? To start, we should maybe set the scene by defining what a startup studio is _not_. A Startup Studio is not an Incubator, Accelerator, or a Venture Capitalist — although a Startup Studio often contains facets of all three. Researching and analyzing the Startup Studio market raised a lot of new questions and ideas. If you have any companies that should be added, please at the suggestion here: https://airtable.com/shrUJibxTfDP61n7j read the backstory on this database here: https://blog.themainingredient.co/the-startup-studio-ecosystem-2019-6598f2652e5e

1 Likes | 7 Copies

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Simple To Do List & Task Management

A simple to do list and task management base for all those tasks you need to manage. This base features an overarching to do list, where you can set due dates, priority levels and categories for each task. You can view your organized tasks on the Calendar, view them by their level of priority, or view them by their due dates. This handy base also allows you to keep track of completed tasks in a separate view. Easy to customize, flexible for all your task management needs, and ready to be shaped into just what you need! No frills, no fuss, just simply organized task management. Here's a break down of each view included: 1. To Do's - This view is for creating your tasks. You can add your tasks, set priority levels, add due dates, and set categories. This view is sorted by completion, so the tasks needing done remain on top and focused. 2. Organized By Due Date - This view is a simple list of your tasks, organized by their due date. 3. Organized By Priority - This view is a simple list of your tasks, organized by their priority. 4. Calendar - This view allows you to see all of your tasks on a Calendar. 5. Completed Tasks - This view is where all your tasks go to live once they are completed!

2 Likes | 48 Copies

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Open Up Guide: Using Open Dara to Advance Climate Action

As countries design and implement policies and actions for climate change mitigation and adaptation, the production, disclosure, monitoring, and use of data will be essential to understand risks, track progress, enable informed action, and evaluate impact across a range of sectors. Effective climate action calls for a coordinated and coherent response across societies, underpinned by shared information. While national governments must play a lead role in responding to climate change, the Paris Agreement and subsequent Talanoa Dialogue have clearly established that contributions from subnational governments, the private sector, and civil society are crucial for success. Just as national governments both produce and use data, non-state actors may play both roles as well. Compiling and encouraging access to climate-relevant data empowers cities to develop low-carbon development plans, informs private sector investment decisions, and allows civil society to participate more effectively and translate information to less data-literate users. Improved data access can also foster more robust collaboration among diverse sectors and actors, a fundamental ingredient in the climate change agenda given its intersectionalilty and the crucial need of coordination for impactful actions.

2 Likes | 3 Copies

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The Ultimate Meal Planning and Recipe Guide

If you’re anything like us, food is the core of our lives. Our schedule, conversations, and memories revolve around it. We love to eat and we make sure we have the time and the tools we need to thoroughly enjoy it. The Problem Week after week we found that going out to eat was consuming our budget. We would come home from work very hungry and not in the mood to cook and would resort to going out. When we would stay home we were indecisive on what to make and often lacked the ingredients to complete something that was healthy, tasty and out of the ordinary. We were getting bored, yet were overwhelmed with the prospect of meal prepping. My Process The first step was to analyze our current approach to mealtimes and identify pain points. These included the time it took to plan and a space that both of us could access to see what was on the schedule. We made a list of the most important steps to planning our meals for the week. With those steps in place we created a shared Airtable base and tables that corresponded to these new steps. The final design included 4 tables that are linked within each other to help plan the schedule quickly each week. The Solution The solution came in the form of a single shared Airtable base designed with linked tables for each of the tasks at hand: - A schedule for planning out a week of meals: based on a schedule of going for groceries once a week for two people (who don’t always eat the same thing for every meal). The master view is grouped by date. There is also a view of items to be prepared for the week on meal prep day. The recipe is also linked to the day for quick access. - A list for grocery shopping: The master view for this table is grouped by stores with additional list views for each store. The individual store views are configured to be easily viewable on the Airtable mobile app with a field to check off each item as you secure it in your cart. Additionally, you will be able to refer to the recipe the item is needed for. - A Recipe Gallery to store and select from: We found that a recipe gallery was essential to planning quickly. Our goal is to choose 3-4 new recipes each week and to fill in with leftovers and go-to meals. The Gallery view presents images of the recipes (note: images are from websites where recipes were taken from). You can also access a master view of all of the recipes in grid format and by breakfast, lunch, and dinner tags. In addition you can filter tags and/or ingredients to easily find what you are looking for. You are able to rate each recipe you have tried as well as add chef notes. Each recipe can be linked across other tables such as the schedule and the grocery list. - A review log of our tried and true favorite brands: We consider ourselves professional consumers of food. We like to find the best quality foods and brands for the best deals. We found this table helpful when determining a grocery list. We like to try new brands and foods often and mark our reviews here for future reference. I see this as a potential tool and content for influencers.

1 Likes | 22 Copies

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Candidates Database

Many times I struggle to manage all the information of the candidates via email, I had work with other software's but for SME's many of them are high cost, high maintenance, difficult to implement for your colleagues... etc. So I found Airtable and made my own! And I really love it, right now in my database I have 345 candidates! and I have all the info and process they had been thru. This base will help you to manage your candidates, is easy to personalize. There are 4 tables, the Candidate Base contents all the info your candidates submit via forms (you will need to create them but you'll find the examples). You can share your forms in your website, so the candidates are the ones that enter their info. Positions -if you manage a lot of positions, that table will help you to remember what positions you published and what candidates submitted for that position. Interviewers- for me it's really necessary to remember who else contact or interview the candidate! Then there are two other tables, one is for me and my form to submit my recap of my interview, the other us a form for my colleagues to submit therr recaps.

1 Likes | 6 Copies

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Home Medical Supply Inventory

Keeping track of all the supplies that come with caring for someone who is sick can be a challenge. From knowing what to order and when, to keeping track of what medications expire. This base was created out of necessity for my daughter's care.

0 Likes | 4 Copies

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Content Marketing: Cross-Cutting Template

Use this base to find recurring themes, ideas and topics in your content, then create content around those entities. For a detailed explanation of cross-cutting, check out: https://www.animalz.co/blog/templates-and-cross-cutting/

0 Likes | 18 Copies

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Game of Thrones Recast Characters & Their Actors

Throughout the 7 kingdoms (oops, I mean seasons) there have been a few changes in characters. I found a few articles, then verified them on the Game of Thrones Fandom Wiki. Here's what I put together for fun.

0 Likes | 0 Copies

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The Essential Wedding Planner and To Do List

Last year my now husband and I experienced the fun, yet overwhelming, task of planning a wedding. This base template was our hero during the process. We used it for EVERYTHING from research and planning to organizing information and tasks after the big day. We were even able to share the base with our wedding planner so that everyone was on the same page. It is comprised of four tables and multiple views to assist you throughout the process of planning a wedding. Guest List We spent most of our time in the ‘Guest List’ table. First we compiled a master guest list. Next views were created for the bridal party, table and seating numbers, and food choices for the caterer. As RSVPs rolled in we used this table religiously and created a view to show those attending. Vendors Once a number was set for the guest list we began to research venues and vendors. We tackled the venue research first and created a separate view to accommodate additional information such as venue capacity and parking options. A separate view for all the vendors researched is grouped by type of vendor. Each company that was considered had a field for rating and once we made a decision on final vendors a ‘Final Vendors’ view was created as we moved through the process. Gifts The ‘Gifts’ table was imperative during the bridal shower and when opening gifts after the wedding. It is linked to the guest list table which provides easy access to the gifter’s address when writing thank you letters. To Do The ‘To Do’ table was our wedding roadmap. We found it less overwhelming to write down all of our tasks and assign due dates. The master view is grouped by date the task is due. There is also a kanban view to easily project manage each task as it moves from the ‘Not Started’ status to ‘Done.’ You can also filter by priority, category, and person assigned. _Cover image by Athena Pelton Photography_

0 Likes | 7 Copies

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Adoption & Implementation Roadmap

This roadmap has been designed to support government officials who are helping their organisations to adopt and implement the principles of the Open Data Charter. It’s also relevant to non-governmental organisations and businesses interested in supporting the implementation of open data policies. There are a number of existing tools that assess open data initiatives. But organisations often need guidance, in the form of a recommended action plan, that will help them begin the process of implementing the Charter principles. This document provides a suggested roadmap. It is intended to act as a reference for governments officials to turn the Charter principles into a set of concrete actions that can help plan and improve open data practice. It should be read alongside the [Activities](https://airtable.com/shrHgvcru5Cu4s3rn/tblaTKyjRFwMzpbbc) Table setting out specific actions that governments should consider following.

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