Not long ago, coordination and planning was done via email attachments to the entire team. Everyone was aware that this could not be the solution, but experiments with Google Sheets, Trello or Asana simply did not bring the desired success. A solution like Trello, while self-explanatory, is not suitable for book planning in a publishing house, where the goal is to bring authors, photographers, illustrators and editors under one hat.
In SeaTable, on the other hand, this is very simple. While all information about the book including cover, graphics and images can be recorded in one table, the necessary work steps up to publication are coordinated among the participants in another table. Through the simple linking of tables, the information can be clearly structured and presented in SeaTable.
In addition, all of the publisher's books are recorded in SeaTable. No other solution can so naturally capture a wide variety of information such as title, subtitle, author, category, edition of the program, project management, status of the manuscript, date of publication, number of pages, price, ISBN number, and the URL in the shop, all of which can be easily edited at the same time. In addition, employees can easily filter out the titles that have already been published or sort them by "projects still in progress".