In a recent webinar a customer asked how they might use an email notification to embed an "approve" and "reject" button such that when their client opened their email, they could make the selection right there in the email and the result would be to update the record and log the client's choice to include an audit trail of the person, the decision date and time.
The table below describes some of the most common actions QuickBase performs and how they affect system performance. If you are trying to optimize performance in QuickBase, it’s helpful to understand these actions so that you can make any necessary adjustments.
If you have a QuickBase Enterprise account, you can take advantage of the Developer Sandbox feature. The Developer Sandbox provides you with a safe environment in which to try out your changes, without affecting users or data in your live application.
Yes you can!
You can create a formula text field that will display the value you want to see on the calendar as well as showing a color. In other words, if you want to see the Status of a record in red on your calendar, you could create a formula text field that displays the value from the field Status and is colored red.
If you create a formula numeric type of field, you can reference the built in field Record ID # to increment your number automatically. If you're not familiar with creating new fields, please see our Add a New Field help topic.
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.
This Alert indicates that a table in your application has almost reached its storage limit size. In order to keep the "quick" in QuickBase, tables have a maximum size limit. When this limit is reached, users are prevented from adding new records.
To see how close you are, you can check your application's