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 beautiful portals on top of Airtable. With Pory, you can create interfaces and share records with external users using your own custom domain.

Fun fact: The name Pory was named after the digital Pokémon Porygon!

Why build interfaces with Pory and not Airtable?

🔓 Your users won’t need to know or use Airtable.
💰 You won’t need to purchase extra seats for them.

What can I do with Pory?

If you are a community manager or a business owner, Pory has the perfect suite of features for you to easily invite and share records with external people:

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 uses Pory?

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

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

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.

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.

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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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