Yes, SeekTable offers free personal accounts, and we don't plan to remove them in future.
It is very likely that the paid accounts will be introduced soon, but paid subscription will be needed only for new advanced features (team management, schedule reports) and all existing functionality of free accounts will not be restricted.
Team management will be available for paid subscriptions; you'll be able to create new users (or link exiting) and manage their permissions and access rules:
In case of live data source (like a database) you might want to automate report generation on schedule (say, daily) and get a report with newest values directly to your email inbox, without the need to open SeekTable website. This feature will be available for paid subscriptions with the following options:
SeekTable is based on PivotData microservice, and it is possible to use its
web API directly.
All this means that, from one side, technically it is possible to generate reports with API - say, if you want to automate reports generation on your side, or embed web pivot builder into your web application.
From the other side, API access requires special authentication token, and it will be available only for paid subscriptions. If you interested in API usage and want to evaluate it you can contact us and request this authentication token for testing purposes.
We realize that in some cases you cannot use SeekTable as a cloud service for some reason - say, if you have sensitive data
that should not leave your company's intranet or your local computer.
Nevertheless, you still can use reporting functionality provided by SeekTable in one of the following ways: