Release Notes

June 8, 2021

What's New

  • Keyboard Access for Section Menus: Keyboard-only users can now use Alt+Shift+C (Windows) or Option+Shift+C (Mac) to pull up the section menu for any paragraph, heading, or list in a document to access features like Edit History, Comments, or Copy Anchor Link. For Web and Desktop

  • Screen Reader Compatibility for Creating @ Mentions: The @-mention creation dialog is now compatible with screen readers. Learn more at https://quip.com/accessibility. For Web

  • Pasting Salesforce URLs Experience: Easily convert your Salesforce URLs to a Data Mention or Live App (Report, List, Record). Pasting a Salesforce Record URL auto-converts to a Data Mention. You can also manually convert URLs by clicking into the link menu and choosing “Salesforce Record/Report/List/Data Mention.” For Web and Desktop

  • Data Mentions (iOS Support): Last year, we introduced the ability to insert Salesforce Data Mentions and make record edits on the web and desktop apps so that you can collaborate on and update Salesforce data quickly. Now we’re bringing those same capabilities to the iOS app. Enjoy! For iOS

  • Android Navigation Redesign: Last year, we redesigned the desktop and iOS apps with an eye toward making it easier to find the stuff that’s most important to you. Now we’re bringing the same streamlined layout to the Android app. All your updates, folders, favorited docs, and recently opened docs are now in one simple tab called “Home.” No matter how you prefer to browse Quip, Home has you covered. For Android

Versions: Web, Windows 7.37.0, Mac 7.37.2, iOS 7.31.1, Android 7.37.0

May 18, 2021

What's New

  • Enhanced Template Mode Setup for Salesforce List View and Record Live Apps: Introducing the new streamlined UX for configuring templated List & Record live apps. This new flow simplifies setup by removing the need for mail merge syntax for most use cases. Note: this update requires users to mark documents as a Template to access the template setup for the Salesforce Record and List Live Apps. For Web

Bug Fixes

  • Paragraph Formatting Bug: Did you know you can triple-click to select an entire paragraph of text? That’s not specific to Quip—it’s a handy little shortcut you can use in lots of apps. What was unique to Quip was that if you triple-clicked a paragraph and then changed the paragraph formatting, we applied that formatting to the paragraph below it, too. Whoops. That’s fixed now. For Web and Desktop Apps

Versions: Web, Windows 7.36.0, Mac 7.36.0

May 4, 2021

What's New

  • Quick Peek: Take a quick peek at a Quip doc. If you’ve got a Quip document that contains links to other Quip documents, you can now hover over those links for a little thumbnail preview of the document that’s being linked to. Knowledge Article

  • Shift-Click for a Document Preview: Even cooler: Shift-click on a document almost ANYWHERE in Quip to open a full-sized preview of it without it taking over the tab. You can shift-click on docs in your All Files view, in your Updates feed, in your Notifications drawer, etc., to read its content and even respond to its comments without losing your place. Knowledge Article

  • Collapsible Sections: You’ll notice a little triangle next to your document headings now. Click it to collapse all the content between that heading and the next heading of the same size. Click it again to expand. This can be especially helpful for long document with lot of sections—like running meeting notes or long wikis. Also, up in the View menu, you’ll find commands to collapse ALL sections in a document, if you’re looking to start from a clean slate. Note that collapsing/expanding only affects your own view of the document—other folks won’t be affected by what you do here. :) Knowledge Article

Versions: Web, Windows 7.35.0, Mac 7.35.2, Android 7.36, iOS 7.35.0

April 28, 2021

What's New

  • Faster copy and paste in Spreadsheets: We made some improvements to copy and paste performance in Spreadsheets and it’s now approximately 30% faster to copy and paste cells when new rows and columns are created!

Versions: Web

April 20, 2021

What's New

  • Charts in Embedded Spreadsheets: We enabled the ability to add Charts to Spreadsheets embedded in Quip Documents. To do that, first insert a Spreadsheet into a Quip doc > click on the Spreadsheet to surface the Spreadsheet menu options at the top > Click on the Chart icon in the toolbar > finally, select a Chart type.

Versions: Web, Windows 7.34.2, Mac 7.34.3

March 23, 2021

What's New

  • Share Your Company’s Custom Templates at Scale (Template Library): Publish your company-wide templates to the Template Library’s company galleries from the Quip Admin Console. Company galleries make it easier to streamline and share your processes across your business.

  • Advanced Salesforce Search Filters: We added new advanced search filters to Quip search so that users can easily search for documents that contain Salesforce data or are associated with a record in Salesforce. Filter documents by object type (Accounts, Opportunities, etc.) or a specific record (Acme Inc, Ohana Opportunity, etc.). For Web and Desktop.

Versions: Web, Windows 7.32.0, Mac 7.32.0

March 16, 2021

What's New

  • A New Home for Accessibility Settings: We have organized all our accessibility settings into one place. Increased Contrast, OpenDyslexic Font, and the our new screen reader support features can now be found in Account Settings → Accessibility. For Web and Desktop.

  • Improved Screen Reader Support (beta): If you use NVDA/Chrome or VoiceOver/Safari, we are introducing some significant improvements to how Quip works with screen readers. Learn more at https://quip.com/accessibility, and opt-in to the beta release by toggling Account Settings → Accessibility → Use Beta Screen Reader Features, or using the keyboard shortcut Command Option Z (Mac) or Control Alt Z (Windows). For Web.

  • Declutter Unedited Documents: "Untitled" documents with empty content will no longer clutter your Quip folder. Now, when you create a document or spreadsheet without edits and navigate away from the document, Quip will move that "Untitled" document to your Trash. For Web and Desktop.

  • Updates to Quip’s Slack App: We’ve made some changes to Quip’s Slack app to make it easier to do the most important things you do. Create documents and spreadsheets via the Shortcuts menu. Navigate to your recent documents from the new Quip app Home tab. Search through your list of channels (including your private ones, too) when connecting a Quip document to Slack. Additionally, we’ve streamlined our slash commands, removing welcome, notepad, copy, grab, alias, task, and checklist. Type /quip help to learn more about what our Slack app can do.

Versions: Web

March 9, 2021

What's New

  • Live App Menus on Mobile: Do more with your live apps while on-the-go. Select live app menu items are now supported on the Quip mobile app. For the Salesforce Record and Salesforce List, refresh your data, edit field values, and sync those edits to Salesforce, all from mobile. Supported live apps include the Salesforce Record, Salesforce List, Project Tracker, and the Kanban Board. For iOS

  • URL Display Options: New feature rolling out over the next week or so: When you paste a link into a Quip doc, you can now format it as a human-readable title rather than a jumbly ol’ URL. Just click the link and choose “Page Title” from the dropdown menu that appears.

Bug Fixes

  • Page Break Optimizations: We’ve made some tweaks to how Quip calculates page lengths, and now the page breaks we show (when you turn on Show Page Breaks in the Format menu) are a bit more accurate than before.

Versions: Web, Windows 7.31.1, Mac 7.31.1, iOS 7.31.0

February 23, 2021

What's New

  • Making Resizing Rows and Columns Pixel Perfect: Resize your spreadsheet rows and columns to automatically fit the data they contain (or to assign a them specific pixel value). Just right-click on a spreadsheet header or cell and select “Resize” from the menu. For Web and Desktop.

  • Mentions in Spreadsheets on iOS: It used to be that Quip’s iOS app didn’t let you mention users, documents, or anything else mentionable if you were typing into a spreadsheet cell. Rude! We’ve fixed that.

Versions: Web, Windows 7.30.0, Mac 7.30.0

February 16, 2021

What's New

  • More visibility into documents linked to Salesforce Records:Salesforce record relationships are now visible in Quip navigation. In the “All Files” tab, icons are now displayed next to documents that are linked to Salesforce Records. We hope that this feature makes it easier for users to find the documents related to their most important records whether in Quip or Salesforce. For Web.

  • Template support for Data Mentions: In your templates, replace your mail merge syntax of record fields with Data Mentions. Data Mentions offer a more user-friendly way to define what object and field you want to templatize and when a document is created from that template, your Salesforce record data will always be in sync with Salesforce! To do so, mark a document as a template, enter @Salesforce Data Mention Template, and select object type and field. For Web.

  • Formula support for Data Mentions when MSP is enabled: If your Quip site has Mirror Salesforce Permissions “enabled”, we now support formulas for cells that contain a Data Mention. Let’s say you mention the “Amount Value” field of several opportunities. You can use a formula, like SUM, to calculate the total amount value. For Web.

  • Value of Data Mention shows up in document title and export Previously, if you had a Data Mention in the title of your doc or in a spreadsheet cell, it showed up as static “Data Mention” text. We fixed that. Now you will see the actual value of the Data Mention. For Web .