Quickly add a new View to your Project using the Create menu in the bottom left of the navigation bar.
Quickly hide or delete a Field using the View Editor by dragging and dropping it into the appropriate bucket.
Want to update or remove one of the Views in your Project? Open up the new View Menu, where you can edit the current View, delete the current View, or hide the View from the navigation.
As your business grows and develops over time, you may find you want to make changes to the setup of your Gridfox projects.
We have made it even easier to change the configuration of your Boards.
🖊 Want to change the one, or more than one, of the columns on your Board? Simply click on the column name and make your changes.
➕ Got a new status to add? Just click the ‘Add New Column’ button.
You can also reorder your columns by dragging and dropping them.
🎨 New ideas for color coding? Use the column color picker.
Start storing files in your Gridfox Records using the new File Field.
Add File Fields to your Tables to start storing any pertinent information, such as:
Boards, sometimes known as Kanban Boards, are a great way to visualise the status of various items simultaneously.
Use our new wizard to quickly create Boards in your Project.
Gridfox is very powerful once you starting linking your Tables together to create relationships in your data.
We have now added support for many-to-many relationships between Tables.
Let’s say you were using Gridfox to help manage your Product Catalogue. You may have products that can be supplied by several suppliers.
Now you can simply link your Product and Supplier Tables together with a many-to-many relationship and start tracking this.
Gridfox is better when you invite your team.
We have made it even easier to start collaborating with your colleagues in your Gridfox Project.
Simply click the Invite User button in the top left, which can be accessed from any page in your Project. Enter their email address and send their invite!
In addition, we have improved the layout of the permissions page, making it even easier to see who is in your Project and the level of access they have.
We love welcoming new innovators to the Gridfox community.
To help everyone start building their Projects quicker, we have added some additional pointers around the app.
Our new tours and prompts will share how you can get up and running with your custom app to start managing your work, your way.
If you would still like a bit more assistance, all our existing channels are available:
After listening to our customers, we heard that people love the fact you can link Tables together to create relationships between the pieces of data in your custom app. For example, you can create Projects with linked Tasks.
Now when you are creating a Record, to create a new linked Record at the same time, simply click the New button next to the linked Table Field. Fill in the Fields, then click Save and both the Record and its linked Record will be created.
For example, when you are creating a new Task you can create the new Project the Task is for at the same time, rather than having to go back and create the new Project first!
Save time by making Gridfox do your calculations for you!
Formula fields let you perform calculations on the data in your Gridfox Project.
Our new formula builder takes all the effort out of building these formulas, so you can focus on what matters.
No need to waste time remembering where the brackets should be, or what the exact syntax looks like.
Just click the field, function or operation from the menu. And you’re good to go!
So you’ve invited your teammates to your new Gridfox Project, but don’t want them doing things they shouldn’t with the data?
Use Gridfox Permissions to control exactly what team members can access and edit.
We have added the ability to restrict which users can import and export data in Tables in your Projects. Simply open up the Group (in the Permissions section) and toggle the Import / Export permission on or off as needed.