What is Trevor.io?
It is a powerful query-builder that gives your team all the power of SQL, without the learning curve. It lets you build queries as a series of atomic steps, and do everything from simple look ups (e.g. checking a specific user's orders) to performing complex analyses. You can chart or download results, or live-stream them to tools like Google Sheets and Slack.
Trevor.io is a tool in the Database Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses Trevor.io?
Slack, Gmail, Trello, Mailchimp, and Twilio are some of the popular tools that integrate with Trevor.io. Here's a list of all 14 tools that integrate with Trevor.io.
- Query builder
- Auto-generated ER Diagram
- Live support
- Zapier integration
- Advanced json support
- Custom join wizard
- Export generated SQL from Query Builder
- CSV upload
- RegEx support
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