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You can use formulas to create fields that are calculated based on other fields or the time of day. There are a variety of built-in functions that can be used in formulas.

For information on how to use formulas in QuickBase, see "Using Formulas in Quickbase" at https://www.quickbase.com/help/using_formulas_in_QuickBase.html.

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You can add as many as six sections on the Home page (and up to three of them can be reports). To learn more, please read: https://www.quickbase.com/help/customizing_dashboard_page.html

If you want to include even more reports, you should create a Text (HTML) section that uses the API to make calls for the additional reports you would like to see.

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Assuming you have the ability to create applications in your billing account, the scenario whereby an application manager can not copy an application is most likely caused by one of the following two restrictions:

1) One of the tables in the application contains more than 20 MB of application data.
2) More than 75 MB of attached files are present in the application.

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Currently, you cannot combine two user accounts into one. You can however, make one of them your primary. This means that when someone grants you access to a QuickBase (using the email instead of the screen name) or sends an email, it always refers to the primary account.

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To learn how to access an application you create as a trial user after you become a licensed QuickBase user, refer to the QuickBase online help: https://www.quickbase.com/help/default.html#registering.html#

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This error indicates that you've taken up all the file attachment space that comes with your current billing plan. To get yourself back in compliance with your plan you have a couple of options:

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This error indicates that you've taken up all the storage space for a particular table. In order to keep the "quick" in QuickBase, tables have a maximum size limit. To see how close you are, you can check your application's statistics:

 

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