What is Pory?

How Pory for Airtable works and what it can do for your business.

Samantha Wong

Written by Samantha Wong

Pory is a no-code platform for building portals on top of Airtable. With Pory, you can create interfaces and share records with external users using your own branding and domain

Why choose Pory over Airtable interfaces?

πŸ”“ Your users won’t need to know or use Airtable.
πŸ’° You won’t need to purchase extra seats for them.
🎨 Your business needs a white-label solution.

What can Pory do?

Pory is a frontend builder for creating portals using data from Airtable. Simply connect your base and you can start creating portals like:

  1. Customer Portal: Create a dedicated space for your customers to access account information, view their order history, manage their preferences, and interact with your brand. A customer portal enhances the user experience by providing a one-stop solution for all customer-related activities.

  2. Member Portal: Offer a private space for members, be it for an association, club, or a subscription service. Members can log in to access exclusive content, manage their membership details, or connect with other members.

  3. Community Hub: Foster community growth and engagement by providing a centralized platform where users can share ideas, participate in discussions, access resources, and stay updated with community news.

  4. Volunteer Portal: Simplify volunteer management by allowing volunteers to sign up for events, track their hours, access resources, and communicate with organizers. Such a portal can be invaluable for non-profits and community service organizations.

  5. Partner Portal: Strengthen your business partnerships by offering a dedicated portal for partners to access resources, view partnership metrics, manage their profiles, and collaborate on shared projects.

Screenshot of a member directory page
Screenshot of a member directory page

Who is Pory for?

Pory is a versatile frontend builder, catering to a wide range of users who want to build dynamic hubs and portals without coding.

Here's a list of typical users and use cases:

  1. Small Business Owners: For those looking to create an online presence, showcase products, or offer a booking system, Pory.io provides a quick solution without the need for web development expertise.

  2. Community Organizers: Individuals or groups managing communities can use Pory.io to create community hubs where members can engage, share resources, and stay updated with news.

  3. Non-profits & Charities: These organizations can use Pory.io to build volunteer portals, showcase their projects, and even accept donations.

  4. Educators and Trainers: They can create portals for students or participants to access course materials, schedules, and other resources.

  5. Freelancers: Professionals, especially those in the creative fields, can use Pory.io to build portfolios, take bookings, or even sell digital products.

  6. Event Organizers: For those managing events, workshops, or seminars, Pory.io can be a tool to create event-specific sites with schedules, speaker profiles, and booking systems.

  7. Membership-based Organizations: Clubs, associations, and other groups that have membership systems can build member-exclusive portals for content, news, and communication.

  8. Startups: Early-stage startups that want to create a web presence quickly, without investing heavily in custom development, might opt for Pory.io.

  9. HR & Recruitment Agencies: To showcase job listings, accept applications, or even build an internal employee portal.

  10. Marketing & Research Teams: To create landing pages for campaigns or gather data through surveys and forms.

Start using Pory today by creating a portal!

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