Even though August is usually vacation season for many, we’ve continued to ship out exciting new features and developments for Baserow!
Here’s an overview of what’s new in Baserow version 1.20:
Never miss something important again, with Baserow notifications—delivered right to your inbox! You’ll receive notifications to the email address associated with your Baserow user account when:
Customize your email notifications in your profile settings by configuring the frequency at which emails are sent to you:
To manage your email notifications, click on the dropdown icon beside your account name in the top-right of the home screen, then click Settings from the dropdown menu, and then you’ll see the “Email notifications” tab.
Previously, the audit log feature worked on a per-instance basis, and was only available if you self-host. Now, audit logs work at both the workspace and instance level. The workspace-level audit log provides information to workspace admins about every action taken in a particular workspace. You can access it through a new tab in the side panel.
The following information is included in each event recorded by the audit log:
The audit log feature is exclusive to workspaces on the Advanced and Enterprise plans.
You can now search in the Calendar view and instantly see the filtered calendar cards. This is especially useful for users with busy schedules who need to quickly sift through a lot of information in a calendar, cutting down the time it takes to find a specific event.
We have added new keyboard shortcuts so that you can do even more without using your mouse.
up/down arrow keysto expand your selection up or down in Grid view.
right/left arrow keysto expand your selection to the right or left in Grid view.
Fto open a built-in Baserow search in the top right corner of your screen.
By default, the comments panel is visible inside the row edit modal. You can now hide it by clicking on a collapse
>> button in the top right of the expanded row.
We’ve made numerous improvements to the context menu, specifically:
If you have many filters, they will now fit inside the context menu because a scrollbar will appear. Additionally, the context menu will no longer be cut off when opened at the bottom due to better placement.
From October 10-11, we’ll be in Paris to discuss and share experiences from the industry’s key players and no-code enthusiasts. Come meet the Baserow team and snag some free merch!
Join our upcoming webinar on September 26th to learn how to democratize data access and increase productivity. In this webinar, you’ll learn about strategies, best practices, and tools to empower team members with data-driven insights, enabling them to make informed decisions and optimize their performance.
We’ve grown significantly in the last two years. As a result, we’ve developed new working processes. In keeping with open-source principles, we’re giving you an insight into how we work internally and how we build Baserow—check it out.
BASEROW_UNIQUE_ROW_VALUES_SIZE_LIMITenvironment variable to allow adjustment of the autodetection limit for multiselect options. #1718
user_field_namesin the list rows endpoint’s filtering mechanism. #510
rawTableskey not found error.
The next big features on the roadmap include row modification history, row grouping, and other features suggested by the community.
We have started working on a redesign of Baserow. This release includes the first steps towards that goal, such as changes to the font, colors, rounded corners, and shadows. More changes will be included in future releases. Here is a sneak peek of the final design.
If you have any questions about the new updates, please leave them in our official community forum. We’re happy to answer them!
Baserow version 1.20 comes with email notifications, workspace level audit log, search for calendar view, new shortcuts, context menu improvements, and more.
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