Airtable is a powerful tool for massively maintaining large and complex content databases, and it can be synchronized with Webflow to save countless hours of manually backing up data. It can help with processes such as download collections data and save them in bases automatically, or maybe periodically save and report the backlog and data of inventory levels for a store. Concerning its level of complexity, this automation implementation difficulty is 1 to 3 out of 5.Depending on the complexity of the backups workflow, what triggers updates, and what additional required workflows to be added after the backups are saved, the integration can be less or more complex. At the most basic, though, low technical skills are required to get it running. Now, the most important: about the time your organization can save. Each site is unique and so its content and frequency for updates. However, let's just consider an average of 25 minutes to manually download the backlog and data of a fairly simple Webflow site with a few collections, then manually upload it to Airtable and organize it in the cloud, and sending a copy to a couple of departments. Say the process is done once a day every day for an eCommerce managing critical data. Then we would be talking about 12 hours a month, for a total of 150 hours a year. That is a lot of time and money that will be saved!