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If you find yourself in a situation where you constantly have to add new fields to a table in order to keep up with future dates there is a much easier way to manage this. You may have imported your data from excel and each column represented a different day in your spreadsheet, as a result you have countless numbers of check box or text fields for all past and future dates in QuickBase.

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It's easy to share your application with a user or even a group of users! To learn how, please see our Share an Application with Other Users help topic.

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Does your data change over time and would you like to track how that data changes? For example:

* Do you track tasks and do those task end dates and status change? Would you like to "baseline" the dates associated with these tasks?

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There is a way to do this using Application Variables and a Formula User field.

The first thing you need to do is define the number of users that will be participating in the 'round-robin' by creating an Application Variable. For this example let s call the variable [number_of_reps]

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This can be accomplished by adding a new table to your application and using the snapshot property of a date field.

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No. Setting permissions to "Everyone on the Internet" means that anyone with access to the QuickBase Web site has access to that application. You should only use this feature for applications you consider public.

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If your boss is like my boss, she wants to know what I accomplished this week, what I accomplished last week, and what I plan to accomplish next week. Building Reports in QuickBase to help you manage this reporting requirement can be a little tricky, but with some well-built formula fields in your data table, you can get it done.

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This would occur if the spreadsheet's or database's CSV (comma separated values) parser is substandard. Excel comes with an excellent CSV parser that knows how to deal with hard returns (aka line breaks, paragraph markers, etc.) that are embedded within the contents of a field.

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The HTML to display the List All report from the "6mztyxu8" table looks like this:

<html>
<head>
<SCRIPT Language="JavaScript" src="https://www.quickbase.com/db/6mztyxu8?a=API_GenResultsTable&qid=1&jsa=1">
</SCRIPT>
<SCRIPT Language="JavaScript">
function WriteTable() {
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