Airtable was built from the ground up to support effortless collaboration. Here are the main ways that you can collaborate with other people in Airtable:
This is for when you have a group of people with whom you'd like to collaborate on many different bases.
Once you've created a team, you can invite team members. Team members have access to all current bases in the team, and will have access to any new bases created in the team. To learn how to add a team member, check out the Adding a team member article.
You can create as many teams as you'd like for free, and each one has its own set of team members and bases.
If you upgrade to a premium plan, you'll need to pay for each team member.
If you want to share a single base with a collaborator without giving them access to any other bases within the team, you can add a base collaborator.
You may want to share a base with someone without making them a full base- or team-level collaborator. To do this, you can generate a private share link which will allow a person to view a read-only version of that base.
To learn how to do this, see this article on Creating a share link for an entire base.
If all you want is to share some (but not all) of the information in a base with another person, then you can send them a view share link. This will allow a person to see a read-only version of a specified table view.
To learn how to do this, see this article on Creating a table view share link.