1. Introduction
  2. What is Bracket?

The basics

Bracket connects your favorite SaaS tools (like G Sheets, Airtable, and Notion) with your backend database.

With Bracket, you can stop diverting engineering resources towards building internal data tools. Instead, simply link the tools your team already uses, and voila: real-time data, no-code required.

Integrations & support

Currently, Bracket supports syncing with Airtable, Notion, and any backend database.

Why you should keep using spreadsheets

In a world of a billion Saas tools, spreadsheets - infinitely malleable, deeply familiar - are still the go-to tool for most business users. Whether for ad hoc analyses or a company’s entire CRM, spreadsheets have not only survived but evolved. We’re no longer stuck with local Microsoft Excel files. We now have beautiful, feature-rich browser-based tools like Airtable and Notion.

Your business users are faster and happier using spreadsheets, and they reveal their preferences every time they click “export to CSV” in a dashboard or internal app.

We believe it’s better to maximize spreadsheets than to replace them. For that to happen, they need better connectors.

We built Bracket because we spent months at former jobs trying to get data in siloed spreadsheets to match production data in large databases.

Demo videos

Got a few seconds? See our demos below:

Postgres x Airtable

MongoDB x Airtable

Guides: Jump right in

Follow our handy guides to get started on the basics as quickly as possible: