Turn your Airtable data into Google Docs and PDFs — no coding required.
Takes minutes to set up, saves weeks of work.
Connect your Airtable and Google Docs accounts.
Create your Google Docs template and copy the URL.
Create a new recipe, select your Airtable data and add the Google Docs template URL.
Send requests to DocsAutomator and receive PDFs in Airtable.
All you need to effortlessly automate professional documents.
Use Google Docs like you're used to and create stunning templates for invoices, proposals, contracts or any other document you need.
DocsAutomator uses Airtable as its data source (more sources coming in the future). Airtable makes it easy to automate triggers as well as automate created documents further.
Creating templates is super easy. Curly brackets define variables you then map to your data fields in your DocsAutomator account.
Create line items on documents (invoices, offers, ...) dynamically with DocsAutomator's intuitive templating engine.
Save documents as PDF back to Airtable or keep editing and handle the PDF in any way you want.
DocsAutomator supports dates and currencies for most regions in the world.
Flexible pricing — different plans to fit your document automation needs.
€0 / monthNo credit card or payment method required.
Get started with up to 100 documents for free per month.
€29 / month
Grow your business with up to 500 documents per month.
€79 / month
Automate all your documents with up to 2000 documents per month.
Need more than 2000 documents per month? Contact us for a custom plan.
Find answers to common questions below or drop us a DM on Twitter.
No, you can start creating documents on the Airtable free plan by using the Scripting Extension. Scripting Extensions can be connected to buttons in Airtable and like that you're able to start automating. However, if you want to create documents from an Airtable automation, you need a Pro account for the Script Action. Confused about the difference? Check out the following video: Scripting Extension vs. Script Action
No, DocsAutomator is a no-code tool. There is a script for triggering the document creation but it's straightforward and can be copy / pasted. However, if you need help, don't hesitate to book an onboarding / integration call here: Onboarding Call
No, there is no immediate hard stop. You will get notified about having exceeded your monthly quota, which gives you time to assess whether you need to upgrade. There is a hard stop however at 125% of the monthly quota and after 5 days of exceeding the quota. And if it's a close call, please reach out and we'll see what we can do :)
No, DocsAutomator is a middleman between your Airtable account and your Google Docs account and never saves any sensitive data beyond what's necessary for the app to work (field names for example).
Yes, working on it. Please send your suggestions and needs!
Not sure... :D