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We know you rely on data stored in your QuickBase apps to make critical business decisions. And, when you need data to support decision making, you need to access it quickly and easily. In our February release, we’ll help you do just that by introducing three new tools to make finding important data more intuitive. It’s never been simpler to create complex queries that enable you to drill down into specific data. We’re also giving app admins greater control over who can edit critical reports to simplify set up of reporting defaults. In addition, we’ve made it easier for users to identify records when adding or changing data by giving app admins the ability to customize Edit Record and View Record form headings.

February 8th, 2011 - 11:02 AM

To customize Grid Edit by role, please see the Configure Grid Edit help topic.

November 9th, 2010 - 2:11 PM
Five Tips for Using Buttons, Graphics and Basic QuickBase

Following our recent QuickBase Tech Fest, we have had a number of request for more information around using basic, native QuickBase functionality to enhance forms, their appearance and their functionality.   In addition to the video from our Tech Fest webinar, below are 5

November 16th, 2009 - 4:11 PM

Append fields can become quite large and contain too much text to display in a report easily. You can use a formula text field to display only the most recent value from your append field and then display the formula text field in your reports instead of the append field.

1. Create a Formula Text field. The following link explains how to create a field.

June 2nd, 2009 - 5:06 PM

You can limit a report to only show the top 5 records by adding this string to the end of the URL you see while viewing the report.

> &qskip=0&qrppg=5

You can replace 5 with another number to return a different amount of records. Be aware this will only work for table reports.

June 2nd, 2009 - 2:06 PM

1. Create the report that you want to embed. If you're not familiar with how to create a table report, the following link explains the steps.

https://www.quickbase.com/help/creating_a_table_view.html

2. In the HEAD section of your Web page, add the following <script> block:


February 5th, 2009 - 6:02 PM

Yes, you can now use QuickBase on your iPhone. While you can access pretty much any QuickBase feature from your phone, Intuit recommends that you limit your activities to using applications only. Find, view and update information in an application, but do not attempt to change the structure of the application via iPhone. Do advanced customizations on a full computer only.

February 5th, 2009 - 6:02 PM
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