Tabidoo is composed of tables and lists of tables, similar to those you may know from Excel. In order for you to have everything organized, these tables are grouped into applications.

The appearance of tables in Tabidoo

Imagine you are putting your invoice data in order. You will create an application called Invoicing. Its content will be composed of the following tables - List of Customers, List of Suppliers and Invoice Code List. This way, you will have everything nicely at hand.

You can create an application, including its content, on your own or you can download ready-made applications from Templates. There you can find, for instance, templates prepared for the management of an e-shop, vehicle fleet or customer databases.

Each application can have its own access rights for individual users and its own date format.

The applications can be created in any language. The Tabidoo environment itself is then available in the following languages:

  • Czech,
  • English,
  • German,
  • French,
  • Spanish,
  • Polish.


Tables are composed of columns and records which can contain a text, number, check box, calendar, or another type of data.

The appearance of tables in Tabidoo

You can create tables on your own, download them from Templates, upload them from Excel or even from Trello.

There can be several tables in one application and thus it can take care of all the data you need to monitor or evaluate.

For example, imagine you have a carpentry workshop. In a single application, you may have a table in which you record your inventory, monitor the status of orders, keep records of customers or payments and record issued and received invoices. This way, you have everything organized in one place.


In case, you want to break down tables into groups, you can use modules. It is very useful in case you have too many tables in one application. Or you want to share e.g. Contacts between HR, CRM etc. Then you can create one application for all of these modules and separate tables into them.