ComputerWorld: How Google Tables can turn up your productivity

ComputerWorld: How Google Tables can turn up your productivity. “The final Tables version won’t be available for a while, but in the meantime, you can get a taste of what Google’s cookin’ up by checking out the service’s completely free beta version. There’s an awful lot to like about it, and if you decide to stick with it, you’ll be able to move directly from it into the official Tables version whenever that’s released. (Google says it expects that to happen sometime ‘in the next year.’)”

TechCrunch: Google’s AirTable rival, Tables, graduates from beta test to become a Google Cloud product

TechCrunch: Google’s AirTable rival, Tables, graduates from beta test to become a Google Cloud product. “Last fall, Google’s in-house incubator Area 120 introduced a new work-tracking tool called Tables, an AirTable rival that allows for tracking projects more efficiently using automation. Today, Google says Tables will officially ‘graduate’ from Area 120 to become an official Google product by joining Google Cloud, which it expects to complete in the next year.”

VentureBeat: Google’s Area 120 launches Tables, a rules-based automation platform for documents

VentureBeat: Google’s Area 120 launches Tables, a rules-based automation platform for documents. “Google’s Area 120 incubator today launched Tables, a work-tracking tool with IFTTT-like automation features and support for Google products, including Google Groups, Google Sheets, and more. Currently in beta in the U.S., Tables automates actions like collating data, checking multiple sources of data, and pasting data into other docs for handoff.”