SeaTable is a powerful tool that lets you organize your data all by yourself. However, it is at its best when you work together in a team.
In group bases, you work collaboratively on the data in real time. If a user makes an addition, this is immediately transmitted to all other editors and displayed. Inactive users are informed by notification.
Via the history you can trace the origin of the current state at any time and - if necessary - undo individual changes. If a person is missing, you have released a base to them with just a few clicks.
Group bases #
All members of a group have access to a group base. As the group owner, you manage the group and its members. You assign access rights to the members via different roles - and revoke them just as quickly. You create a new group via the New group button under your bases.
Internal releases #
You want to work temporarily on a Base together with one or more other SeaTable users? With internal sharing you can do just that! Move the mouse pointer to the Base you want to share. Then click on the three-dot icon for the advanced features and select Share.
You determine whether sharing should be read-only or with read and write access. This way, you always retain full control over the data in your Base. You can end a share just as easily as you created it.
External shares #
Bases can be shared not only with other SeaTable users. You can also make Bases available to third parties via an external share. An external link, which you can set with a password and/or an expiration date, gives all persons with knowledge of the link read access to the shared base. You create an external link - like an internal share - via Share in the advanced functions of a base.
To keep discussions where they belong, you can comment on any table entry. Just right-click on an entry in the table view. Group members and others with access to Base are notified of the comments and can respond. This keeps the entire discussion on a topic right in Base. Searching for a discussion in old emails, chat or log is a thing of the past.