Please note that the date for this release has changed from May 8 to May 22.
In our May release, you’ll find new features designed to
help you create more powerful, versatile apps.
From allowing you to select more than one user in a single field,
to letting you filter long lists of users, the new release makes QuickBase
better and more flexible. And, from the “We’re listening” category, we’ve
changed how you manage field order in your tables, making it easier for you to
add and move fields to just where you want them.
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.
QuickBase is designed for the business user, and this product release is all about your most requested features. We’ve taken some complicated queries and made them easy to create without knowing or writing a stitch of code. And we’ve made reporting improvements that allow you to find the information most relevant to your business, with features like customized fiscal year and time zone. This product release reflects our continued focus on empowering the business user to make the QuickBase work for his/her needs without requiring help from IT.
On Sunday, October 24, we’ll release a new version of QuickBase.
Streamlined process for creating apps
In this release, we’ve simplified and streamlined the process you follow to create apps. The Create Applications page presents a tabbed view of the three methods you use to create apps—creating from a template, starting from scratch, and importing data.
As you know, Intuit QuickBase has taken number of steps to enhance the stability and resiliency of QuickBase. We’ve begun implementing high availability capability across two sites—our primary data center in Quincy, Washington and our secondary site in San Diego,California.