Tomorrow’s Scheduled Downtime has been Postponed

Although, we post a release announcement at least a week in advance so you can plan for the downtime, we continue to test our releases right up to the end. As can sometimes occur, we found a serious issue late in the process.

After numerous discussions, we made the difficult decision to postpone the release to ensure that the problem is appropriately fixed and tested before we release.

We are continuing to assess the issue and I will post an update to this blog as early as possible next week.   Thank you for your understanding and I apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Robert McDonald

QuickBase Product Manager

Robert McDonald

I'm a Senior Product Manager at Intuit QuickBase. When I'm not leading development on QuickBase, I'm hanging out with my family and doing concert photography. Find me on Twitter at @mactucket.

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  • http://www.orgwide.com/ Liz

    Hello, Robert,

    Do you have an update on when the release will “go live?”

    Sincerely,
    Liz

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  • http://www.orgwide.com Liz

    Hello, Robert,

    Do you have an update on when the release will “go live?”

    Sincerely,
    Liz

    [Reply]

  • Josh

    Is there an estimated time line for the update?

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  • Josh

    Is there an estimated time line for the update?

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  • rmcdonald

    For the most up-to-date status of this release you can refer to the QuickBase Service page at service.quickbase.com. This page always contains the latest information on our release features and timing

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  • rmcdonald

    For the most up-to-date status of this release you can refer to the QuickBase Service page at service.quickbase.com. This page always contains the latest information on our release features and timing

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