Hey everyone! Lots of chart bug fixes, and some new and interesting features.
- More robust education and warning for non-recommended Circular Relationship creation between a Table and itself and/or its parents or grandparents.
- We’ve enhanced the ability to see all the Fields from a Grid View, keeping the Views from cutting off other Views, see the following video.
- The logged in user is now the Default Value (DV) on User Fields within Forms.
- Now, for Default Views, you’ll see a new naming convention, [Table Name] Default View to help Builders and Users know where data is surfaced from or populating.
- The new naming convention paved the way to allow for duplicated Field Names when creating Groupings from multiple Tables.
- Improved Warnings about Character Limits for Application names.
- We’ve updated the Form Builder Placeholder behavior, Builders can now choose which Form Fields have placeholders and which ones do not.
- The Form and/or Form Section must already be saved for this new feature to work, this is not ideal and is being addressed in our next release.
- Hitting ‘Cancel’ instead of ‘Save’ after updating Chart colors doesn’t revert the selections made.
- Legends will now remain on the selected side when they’re shifted page by page.
- Random missing labels on charts resolved.
- Re-arranging the Fields of a chart stay in place as expected.
- App Admins can now access Flows as expected in Sandboxes.
- Resolved UI of the ‘+’ records in Grid View, now when ‘+’ is clicked, the other Records open in a Modal at that location on the page.
- For a more consistent experience, we’ve unified the Session Timeout and Logout page.
- Expanded group views now no longer overlap each other and appear more readable.
- The placeholders for Form Builder and Form Editor now match for the following Field types: Date, Datetime, Calculated Date, Calculated Datetime.
- With some of these improvements and fixes, we’re also creating extra Knowledge Base articles to help our Builders better understand nuances of the system and behaviors that they’re experiencing.
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