Release Notes

Updated as of June 2024

June 7, 2024

What's New

  • Retiring Windows & Android apps: As of June 6, 2024, the desktop app for Windows and the mobile app for Android have been retired. See here for more details.
  • PDF export improvements: Resolved an issue where exporting a Quip document containing Salesforce live apps to PDF would result in the truncation of text in fields with substantial content.
  • Important bug fixes and security updates.

Versions: Web, Windows 8.41.0, Android 8.46.0

May 7, 2024

What's New

  • PDF export improvements: More reliable export experience and greater content fidelity.
  • Fixed column truncation: Better output for PDF exports which contain the Salesforce list view live app.
  • SCIM API updates: Migrated to the OpenAPI specification.
  • TTL configuration: API keys and access tokens can now have configurable TTL to enforce regular rotation.
  • Retiring Windows & Android apps: The desktop app for Windows and the mobile app for Android will be retired on June 6, 2024. See here for more details.
  • Important bug fixes and security updates.

Versions: Web, Mac 8.37.2, Windows 8.41.0, iOS 8.40.0, Android 8.40.0

February 6, 2024

What's New

  • New Quip status page: View the current and historical status of Quip and its primary product areas on
  • New SCIM endpoints: Added endpoints to transfer a user’s private threads and remove shared threads for deactivated user accounts. To learn more, check out the updated SCIM documentation.
  • New SCIM rate limit: Per-company rate is set to a default of 600 requests per minute.
  • Import feature retired: The Upload/Import option in the Compose menu and the Import API endpoint were retired on January 19, 2024. See here for more details.
  • Important bug fixes and security updates

Versions: Web, Mac 8.24.0, Windows 8.11.0, iOS 8.24.0, Android 8.23.0

August 8, 2023

What's New

  • Improved spacing and overlap issues for PDF export: Fixed the scenarios where embedded spreadsheet content was overlapping or truncated upon being exported to PDF.
  • Increased speed of template library loading: Sped up the experience of loading all Quip templates from within the Quip Lightning web component.
  • Improved performance of search: Updated core infrastructure to ensure a more reliable search performance for large Quip sites.
  • Fixed key accessibility issues: Shipped improvements for 11 top accessibility issues, including announcing alert information, making a new document’s thumbnail keyboard accessible, and improving the focus order for the Account Settings modal.
  • Increased folder loading speed: Folders contents now load faster thanks to some backend changes to support large, nested folders.
  • Important bug fixes and security updates

Versions: Web, Mac 7.75.3

March 29, 2022

What's New

  • Improved keyboard navigation for Spreadsheets: You can now easily add rows / columns, unhide specific clusters of hidden rows / columns, navigate to and interact with complex cell content, and otherwise interact with all parts of a Quip spreadsheet using just a keyboard. For more details, please check out the change log in For Web and Desktop.

  • Improved screen reader experience for Spreadsheets: Screen readers will now announce when you are navigating past hidden rows and columns, or when selecting cells. For Web and Desktop.

  • Alt text for Spreadsheets: You can now add alt text to images in spreadsheets, just like you can for images in documents! Simply open the image up in the expanded view, press “More Options”, then select “Edit Alt Text.” For Web and Desktop.

  • iOS app now requires iOS 13 or later.

  • Mac app now requires macOS 10.14 (Mojave) or later.

Versions: Web, Windows 7.56.0, Mac 7.56.0, Android 7.56.0, iOS 7.56.4

March 1, 2022

What's New

  • Lists in Spreadsheets: You can now format a spreadsheet cell as a bulleted list, a numbered lists or a checklist!

Versions: Web, Windows 7.54.0, Mac 7.53.3, Android 7.54.0, iOS 7.54.0

January 11, 2022

What's New

  • Read and Unread Comments: Now when you open up a comment thread—poof!—the comment indicator will turn from yellow to white. Keep track of what you’ve read and what you haven’t and steer your attention to where it needs to be. Perfect for all you triagers and coordinators out there.

Versions: Web

November 30, 2021

What's New

  • Create forms in Slack and collect the data in a Quip spreadsheet: Hot off the press is Quip’s new Workflow Builder Step: Add Spreadsheet Row! This allows form responses from a Slack Workflow to be collected right into a Quip spreadsheet.

Bug Fixes

  • Improvements to importing .xlsx files: We're making importing .xlsx files into Quip more reliable. Quip Spreadsheets will now maintain filters, data validation and other functionality when importing Excel files with that functionality into Quip.

Versions: Web, Windows 7.49.2, Mac 7.49.0 , iOS 7.49.0, Android 7.49.0

November 9, 2021

What's New

  • Keyboard Navigation Improvements for Spreadsheets: You can now access cell context menus (Opt+Shift+C on Mac, Alt+Shift+C or Shift+F10 or context menu key on Windows) and the spreadsheet footer bar (Opt/Alt+F6) using only a keyboard. For Web

  • Screen Reader Improvements for Reading Spreadsheets: Quip spreadsheets will now be much more navigable and informative for screen reader users using Chrome For Web

Versions: Web, Windows 7.48.0, Mac 7.48.0

November 2, 2021

What's New

  • Adjust Sharing Permissions in Slack: When sending document links in channels or DMs with the Quip for Slack app, users can now directly add channel members to the doc with view, edit, or comment permissions or instead, can turn on link sharing.

  • See the Links to and From a Given Document: At the top of some of your documents, you’ll notice a new button that says “References.” Click that button and you’ll see a collection of all the other documents that link to the document you’re currently looking at. Just another fine little tool to help you find the stuff you’re looking for, and see how your documents relate the other documents around them :)

  • Email Notifications Improvements: In the past, we tried to be smart with our email notifications. However, this ultimately led to confusion so we made some improvements! We reduced the lag between an action and when email notification is sent, even if you have seen the notification within the app - we will still send you an email about it, increased the daily limit of emails from 4 to 25. Thus, if you get a notification in the app, you should now always get a corresponding email notification. To turn “on” your email notifications, go to your profile menu > Notifications > Email tab.

Versions: Web