Following the release on Sept. 30th, customers reported
issues with performance, printing, creating reports, and form rules. Some of
these issues affected all our customers, while others affected only a few. This article summarizes the issues we've been fixing related to the September 30th release.
As you may know, we constantly review QuickBase features to
ensure their effectiveness. After reviewing Home tab
beta feature which allows you to track developments in separate applications,
we've found that it hasn't had the impact we had hoped for.
If you have recently upgraded to Windows 7 and Office 2010, attempting to
open QuickBase file attachments saved in earlier versions (97-2003) of Excel, Word, or PowerPoint may produce
this error. To fix the problem:
Table size can significantly affect
QuickBase performance, including the speed with which QuickBase searches
tables and runs reports. We recommend that you
schedule regular reviews of your applications to see how much storage space
each table is using and whether you can tweak your tables to optimize
As of 2014, we accept MasterCard®, Visa®, and American Express® cards with billing addresses in all countries except Iran, Cuba, Sudan, Syria, and North Korea. This list may change based on changes in US law.
You can use a Formula – URL field to
a URL that takes a viewer to a specific Web page. Formula - URL fields enable you to combine
information from different fields in your application into a single URL. You use the "&" symbol to combine the values of several fields into a single URL or add the value of one or more fields to a URL string.
QuickBase users may notice small discrepancies when rounding
and comparing floating point numbers. For example, Round(37.785,0.01) returns 37.78 instead of 37.79. This
is not a QuickBase-specific issue; the discrepancies happen because some
floating point numbers cannot be represented exactly in the binary format
required by computers and are instead approximated.