This week, we shipped quite a few improvements and new features. See below for all the new things.
It is no longer necessary to click the refresh button to trigger a fetch of the latest metadata for your database in the sidebar. The data is loaded live whenever you expand a table or schema. This not only improves the load times of the database schemas but of the entire notebook.
Organizing content got easier! Navigate to your All Notebooks list to tag your notebooks. You can then create and save filtered views that will be visible in your sidebar.
Read more here in our docs.
Notebook templates are a great way to get a head start when creating a new notebook instead of having to start from scratch every time.
By default, we provide a growing number of public templates that you can use.
But you can also create your own templates that are private to your workspace to choose from.
All you need to do is to tag any notebook with the tag "Template".
If you are using Jinja in SQL blocks already, you might be familiar with this:
Now this works for Email, Slack, and API blocks, too.
As workflows become more important in Query.me, you'll now find an overview for your active schedules on the homescreen:
As always, looking forward to hearing your feedback and ideas!
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