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QuickBase Release Notes: March 23, 2014

This page describes our March 23, 2014 QuickBase release.

Do you have an idea for improving QuickBase?  You can share your suggestions by either clicking the orange feedback tab on the My Apps page, or visiting the Customer Feedback for Intuit QuickBase forum (

We’re continuing to focus on quality and have fixed a number of bugs in this release. All QuickBase releases include bug fixes from previous releases.

What’s Fixed in QuickBase?

Issue ID 



The online help was not clear on the ramifications of creating a summary field in the master table of a cross-app relationship when app users did not have permission to view data from the detail table. This issue has been resolved.


Field names rather than field contents were being displayed for each record when an Open notification used %RepeatOn% and %RepeatOff% in the Multiple Record Version email. This issue has been resolved.


(Internet Explorer 8) Changes to button labels were not being saved. This issue has been resolved.


Creating or editing a report in a table containing a field name ending in "\" caused the Report Builder to become unresponsive. This issue has been resolved.


When an app was initially shared with Everyone on the Internet, the control to edit the group was shown. This issue has been resolved.


The online help did not mention that snapshot fields would change their "initial values" when another field was chosen as the reference field for the snapshot. This issue has been resolved.


Choosing to grid edit a summary report from an app home page, then customizing the report from Grid Edit mode caused QuickBase to crash. This issue has been resolved.


When a role had field-level permissions set to None for a field used as a dynamic filter, the Report Builder became unresponsive for that role. This issue has been resolved.


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Unfortunately it's not currently possible using native QuickBase to add a field that includes a rich text widget. However, you can set up a Formula - Text field, ticking "Allow some HTML fields". This will allow you to use <b> <i> and <u> tags to customize the display of your text.


Due to the nature of your case, this would be considered an enhancement request rather than a support request.  We appreciate and value all customer input, and in order to make sure your request is heard, we'd like you to submit it through the best channel.  At this time, all enhancement requests go through User Voice.  User Voice allows users to submit their QuickBase new feature requests, as well as vote on previously submitted ideas by other users.


You can access User Voice from your 'My Apps' page, and then clicking the orange feedback button from the left hand side of the screen.  You can also access User Voice by clicking the following link:


Let us know if you have any questions!


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Rich Text

If you can create a rich text box here for feedback, why can't we have rich text in QuickBase applications?

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