The March 2023 Newsletter has a quick summary of improvements made to Grist in the last month.
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Need more room on your dashboard? Have a widget that doesn’t need to be in view at all times? You can now collapse widgets into buttons at the top of the page! The widget will expand on click and will retain dynamic linking with other widgets in the page.
Learning Grist has never been easier! Check out our new hands-on tutorial. This step-by-step guide will give you the basics to go from spreadsheets to productive dashboards.
Thank you to @CamilleLegeron who made it possible to add descriptions to columns. You may now set column descriptions in the creator panel.
@ToJans on Twitter shared his calendar custom widget, as well as a link you can incorporate into your own docs. Check out his tweet. It works!
Last month we also received a new function from @DysfunctionalWerewolf. The TASTEME() function returns True for tasty text, False for not tasty text. It’s…useful? @DysfunctionalWerewolf showed off the function in action on Twitter @were_functions.
We had fun trying to crack the pattern for what is and isn’t tasty! Let us know if your data is, uh, werewolf approved?
Good news, everyone! The Grist electron app now has sandboxing by default. Anyone can download the app without having to compile from source or know Docker. Finally, a super easy way to run Grist locally on your computer.
Learn more on Github.
Find the right download file in this list.
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We’re grateful to our first corporate sponsor Dotphoton, and to sponsor @Emanuele_Gissi
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