The lazy days of summer are fast approaching! Before you dash to the beach to catch some rays, two tips. First, don’t forget your sun screen! Second, take a few minutes to learn about the great features and fixes that are coming your way in our June release.
Suppose your Project Status is determined by a formula field (say, Date) and you want to filter
a report dynamically with this field. Previously, you couldn’t use a formula field as a dynamic filter, but now you can. With this update, if you can use a field as a dynamic filter, you can use a formula field of the same type as a dynamic filter.
This has been a highly requested feature on our customer feedback forum and we’re excited to deliver it to you with this release.
You can now choose a report or chart to show when a user drills down on a numeric summary field. Let’s say you have a summary field in a form that displays the total number of hours of tasks remaining on a project. When a user clicks the summary field, a pie chart could open to show those hours grouped by assigned team member.
You’ll find the Drilldown behavior option on the Properties settings page for the numeric summary field.
Sometimes you want to display a report without a Totals and Average footer even though some of the fields in the report have properties that call for totals and averages to be displayed. This option -- available on the report’s Settings page -- overrides those property settings and will not display them.
Create connected tables that bring in more of your QuickBooks Online data, optimized for use with QuickBase.
The Invoices – Line Items data set now includes 9 more fields:
If one user displays a report, and then another user adds a new record that would also be displayed in the first user's report, when the first user prints or saves the report as a CSV file, the report will not contain the newly added record.
Here's what we fixed this month.
|QBE008224||Adding a form rule that made particular fields required may also put a red asterisk next to text sections on the form (not fields) where the text element's id matched the id of the required field. This issue has been resolved.|
|QBE008857||When a timeline report used a resolution of Week/Day, the bars of the report were shifted to the left by one day. This issue has been resolved.|
|QBE009555||When dynamic filters on a table's home page was turned off and there was no search box enabled for users, the search box would re-appear after you edited a record from the table home page. This issue has been resolved.|
|QBE009702||(Internet Explorer 11) Using the Text widget to upload an image or create a hyperlink caused the browser to freeze. This issue has been resolved.|
|QBE009851||Depending on the field type of the first element on a form, the form's focus was applied inconsistently. This issue has been resolved.|
|QBE010407||When an app home page report was displayed in full window mode, the horizontal scroll bar was not shown. This issue has been resolved.|
|QBE010526||Using the Search box above a report searched all fields in the table. Now it will only search the fields shown in the report.|
|QBE010569||Editing a URL link or button on an app home page that contained some special characters caused the browser to freeze and consume excessive memory. This issue has been resolved.|
|QBE010578||For a table home page showing a filtered report, the filters were applied inconsistently on returning to the report after drilling down into records. This issue has been resolved.|
|QBE010582||When a QuickBase shortcut was added to the home screen from the mobile site, the shortcut's icon was Intuit-branded. This issue has been resolved.|
|QBE010530||Previously, when inviting users to an app through the Import Users functionality from the Manage Users page, there was no way to customize the subject of the invitation that would be sent. You can now customize the subject of the invitation for existing users similar to inviting them directly from the Manage Users page.|