πŸ†• 20 MORE new code columns to play with

The Glide team had a column-creating bash yesterday and now we have some really intriguing new plugins we’d love everyone to test out:

  • Adjust Color
  • QR Code
  • Barcode
  • Text to Emoji
  • Color Palette
  • Image from Color
  • Lorem Ipsum
  • Reverse Array
  • Slice Array
  • Sort Array
  • Unique Array
  • Text Length
  • Text Slice
  • And many more

We’re working to offer these directly within Glide, where they will get increased performance and better usability:

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YES to adding them directly to Glide!!

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Waaw !!! :heart_eyes::heart_eyes:

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I don’t really know what to say … keep 'em coming (and native if possible) :+1:

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This is SO good!!

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Your Team is Crazy. Send them my πŸ§ΈπŸŽ©πŸ’œπŸ‘ Thks 🌸
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This is my new favorite!!!

Already a use-case:

2021-10-27 10.44.29

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This is superbbbbb

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Cool addition!

But I am even more intrigued about new UI for editor.
So far I found:

  • Ability to hide columns(:+1::+1:)
  • Adding columns before or after column!

When this can be shared with us? :slight_smile:

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Is this available only in Staging yet?

@Lucas_Pires

They are available in Staging as native columns. However, you can copy the link and paste it into a EC column in production.

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Hey Pablo! Yeah, I know. I asked because I loved the way it looks in the screenshot btw. We can see a new design update is coming :face_with_hand_over_mouth:

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Great, and 10000 YES with direct integration into Glide !

There is some new features on your screen @david. I like the look and feel :wink:

  • the plus button between Street and City. Is it wrapping column feature ? Or just to add column ?
  • the possibility to hide column.

Some features are availables in staging, like comments on column and hide column.

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Just also spotted that David’s screen has multiple data sources!

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Maybe it’s airtable :tada:

It looks like it’s Glide Tables.

This is fun! What else can we deduce from @david’s screenshot?!

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Also, the total number of rows in the data source (at least for the Glide Table β€œOffices”) is given in the left pane.

There’s also a dropdown next to the Table name (middle of the data editor). Presumably another way to switch between sheets/tables).

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