We've added more flexibility around displaying records on a list view.
Previously you could display up to 10 records per page however now, you have the ability to show 10, 20 or 30 records per page. You can also choose to confer this choice inline to your end user.
You can find this feature when editing the layout of a list view, under the Display options. This affects rows, tables and cards. For cards, the options are 12, 24 or 36.
We've added new functionality to our quick navigation bar - opened using
CTRL + Kor
⌘+ Kon Mac.
Previously you could use it to access shortcuts for switching locations in your app but now you can also use it to search our help documentation. This means that finding support when configuring your app's settings has never been easier.
Note:This functionality is only accessible by admins, not your end users.
We've added some extensions to the 'current user' filters that you can apply to list views or conditional visibility.
You now have the option to filter based upon matching data between your users and the objects using the new "is current user's..." or "is not current user's..." operators.
Above we can see a filter being applied to a list view such that a user will see records only where the email matches their own.
We've just added breadcrumbs to make navigating through your app much easier.
You can view your path through table -> list view -> detail view and click your previous step to go back. We also offer you a back button if you navigate to a different table through a linked record so you'll never lose where you were up to.
Breadcrumbs can be enabled at the app level in your App Settings.
The file uploader for adding to an attachment field or adding a page header now supports Unsplash - you can search for and select an image to upload directly.
We've updated how our permissions work at both the app and object level.
Previously, permissions were always on and you had to make sure all roles were ticked (if configured) if you wanted to confer permission to all users.
Now you can choose to disable permissions completely for a given table. This means that all users with access to the app will see all records, all fields and be able to create new records and update records.
You can also choose to disable permissions at the app level - there is now a toggle in App Settings which, if unticked, will bring new tables in to your app with permissions off by default. However, you can still choose to enable permissions on a table by table basis when this is the case.
For existing apps, permissions already configured will be unaffected and the default table permissions will be enabled, meaning new tables will have permissions on (and will need configuring).
For new apps, the default table permissions will be disabled, meaning new tables will have permissions off (and will need to be switched on if required).
We've updated our page sharing settings so that you can now more easily show a new table included from your data source to all roles.
Previously, when you enabled a new table you had to manually tick all of the roles to grant page permissions. Now any new table included will have all roles ticked by default.
You can choose to disable page permissions for specific roles by unticking the boxes in the Role settings within a particular table:
Note:This change does not confer default object permissions for the table - if you have permissions enabled you will still need to configure them before your users can see records within the new table.
Previously, if you exited an Edit Form before hitting save, you would lose the changes you had made.
Now you will see a modal prompting you to Save, Discard or Stay on the page if you try to navigate away without saving.
With this feature you can create custom buttons on your detail pages that perform updates on the current record through a pop-up.
You specify which fields are to be updated as part of the action and also can set the value of the field to be updated.
The buttons may be conditionally displayed depending on user role or current field values.
Update: Action Buttons can now be configured inline - you can edit them directly from the page button list on the detail page itself.
This feature is currently in beta. Please contact support if you wish to have it activated on your app.