Release Notes

November 17, 2020

What's New

  • Salesforce Data Mentions: Bring Salesforce data even more seamlessly into Quip with Data Mentions. Just @mention any standard or custom Salesforce field in-line in a Quip document and spreadsheet, and you’ll get a dynamic field that always stays up-to-date. Users are able to edit Salesforce fields and save back to Salesforce. For Web, Desktop

  • Removing the Inline Toolbar for Live Apps: We did some clean up and got rid of the inline formatting toolbar – a relic from Quip’s past – that still remained for Live Apps. You can continue to apply formatting to content in Live Apps via the standard toolbar at the top. For Web and Desktop

  • Export Live App API: We did some cleanup and got rid of the inline formatting toolbar – a relic from Quip’s past – that still remained for Live Apps. You can continue to apply formatting to content in Live Apps via the standard toolbar at the top. For Web and Desktop

  • Slides Retirement: We are retiring slides on January 31, 2021. After this date, users will no longer be able to create slide presentations in Quip and existing Quip Slides will be view only. If you want to continue editing content in a slide, we encourage you to move it to a document. For Web and Desktop

Versions: Web

November 10, 2020

What's New

  • Sunsetting a Feature that Converted Emails into Quip Documents: We’ll no longer be supporting the share@quip.com email address which could previously be used to generate new documents via email.

  • Customize Your Salesforce List Views with Filters in Quip: Curate your Salesforce List live apps in Quip to show only the records that you care about. With customizable filters in Quip, users can filter list views and related lists based on the fields that they specify. Related lists are easier to manage and users can filter out old or irrelevant records over time. For Web

Versions: Web

November 4, 2020

What's New

  • Log Activity Enhancements: Log activity for all custom and standard Salesforce objects from a Quip document. Add calls, tasks, and events to supported activity types in Quip. For Desktop

  • Salesforce Cloud Icon: We centralized all of Quip’s Salesforce actions into one place. Now you can go to the new Salesforce Cloud (next to the Share button) to add Salesforce data to your documents, log activity from Quip, and manage your Salesforce records. For Desktop

  • Manage Quip Templates with the Template Library: Create templates from Quip documents and easily access them from Quip’s new Template Library. Users can now create and share templates in private galleries, like the Created by Me and Shared with Me galleries, or get started with sample templates. For Desktop

  • Create a Relationship Map in Quip with Live Salesforce Data: Build relationship maps in your Account Plans with imported Salesforce record data from both standard and custom objects. Refresh your map and sync field edits back to Salesforce. To add data to your maps that exist outside of Salesforce, create custom Quip cards. For Desktop and Mobile

  • Trash Support*: Deleted documents are now visible in a special “Trash” folder and can be recovered for up to 30 days. For iOS

  • Improved Keyboard Shortcuts on iPads: The keyboard shortcuts that you know and love from Quip on the desktop now also work on iPads with keyboards: ⌘-J (search), ⌘-Shift-I (Updates), ⌘-Shift-S (Favorites), ⌘-Shift-E (Notifications). For iOS

  • Copy Document Links from the Desktop App: Let’s say you’re looking at a document in the desktop app, and you want to copy it’s link. But how can you do it when there’s no URL bar? Easy: Go to the Document menu and select “Copy Link.” For Desktop

  • Redirect Quip Document Links to the Quip App: Tired of links to Quip documents opening in your dusty old web browser instead of your shiny Quip app? Go to your account menu (that’s your avatar, down in the lower left corner), select “Quip Desktop App...” and check off the “Open links in the app” checkbox. For Desktop

  • Text Alignment: Left, right, and center align your content to your heart’s content and make documents look the way you want. You’ll see the new alignment button in your document toolbar, and you can align every text style (including headings and paragraphs) except for lists. For Web, Mac, and Windows

Versions: Web, Windows 7.24.2, Mac 7.24.5, iOS 7.24.0, Android 7.24.0

October 27, 2020

What's New

  • Create a Relationship Map in Quip with Live Salesforce Data: Build relationship maps in your Account Plans with imported Salesforce record data from both standard and custom objects. Refresh your map and sync field edits back to Salesforce. To add data to your maps that exist outside of Salesforce, create custom Quip cards. For Web

Versions: Web

October 20, 2020

What's New

  • Salesforce Cloud Icon: We centralized all of Quip’s Salesforce actions into one place. Now you can go to the new Salesforce Cloud (next to the Share button) to add Salesforce data to your documents, log activity from Quip, and manage your Salesforce records. For Web

  • Log Activity Enhancements: Log activity for all custom and standard Salesforce objects from a Quip document. Add calls, tasks, and events to supported activity types in Quip. For Web

  • Manage Quip Templates with the Template Library: To differentiate Quip documents that your team uses as templates, mark your documents as templates and easily access them from the Template Library in Quip. With the Quip Template Library, users can create and share templates in private galleries, like the Created by Me and Shared with Me galleries, or get started with sample templates. For Web

Versions: Web

October 13, 2020

What's New

  • Sorting in Filter Views: Go on and sort your data from A→Z (or Z→A, no judgements), even when it’s in a filter view. For Web and Desktop

  • Command Center: We have made one keyboard shortcut to rule them all. Press cmd+shift+J (ctrl+shift+J in Windows) anywhere in Quip to invoke just about any command in Quip—from formatting highlighted bits of text to creating a whole new document. For Web and Desktop

Versions: Web, Mac 7.23.1, Windows 7.23.1

October 6, 2020

What's New

  • Keyboard Shortcut for Your Chat Drawer: We somehow didn’t have a keyboard shortcut for opening the chat drawer. That’s fixed now. Just hit Command-Shift-S on a Mac, or Ctrl-Shift-S on Windows. For Web and Desktop

  • Moveable Top-level Folders: It used to be the case that you couldn’t move top-level shared folders down into other shared folders. Now? You can. For Web and Desktop

Versions: Web

September 29, 2020

What's New

  • Test the Health of Your Quip Connection to Salesforce: Use the Quip Health Check to run a series of automated tests on your Quip site and Salesforce org connection. When the Quip Health Check identifies problems, it provides on-the-spot results and solutions to get your connection up and running. For Web

  • Use SSO to Automatically Connect Quip to Salesforce: When connecting Quip and Salesforce, users that use the same SSO for Quip and Salesforce don’t have to log in again to Salesforce from Quip. For Web and Desktop

  • Include Comments When Copying a Document or Spreadsheet: When you make a copy of a document, you will now see the option to include comments. When select, active comments from you original document will be copied over to your new document. This works for all comments expect those in a Live App. For Web and Desktop

  • Mirror Your Salesforce Permissions Inside Quip: Ensure your Salesforce permissions are being respected inside Quip by enabling the Mirror Salesforce Permissions functionality in the Salesforce tab of your admin console. In order to view the Salesforce integrations in your company’s documents, users will need to be authenticated to your Salesforce org and have permissions to view the content. For Web

  • Disable Salesforce Reports in Quip: If your Salesforce Report data should never leave Salesforce, you can disable the Live Report feature entirely from the Salesforce tab of your admin console to prevent your company members from adding Live Reports to your documents. This will also disable any existing Live Reports. . For Web

Versions: Web, Windows 7.22.0, Mac 7.22.0, Android 7.220, iOS 7.22.0

September 22, 2020

What's New

  • Hide the Document Outline: You can now toggle the document outline on and off through a setting in the View menu. Whichever setting you choose will apply only to you and will be remembered for the document.

  • Set a Custom Date and Time Format: Spreadsheet cells can now have custom date/time formatting. You’ll find the option in the Spreadsheets toolbar under the More Formats button (that’s the one that says “123”). A list of common formats (including the ISO 8601 standard!) are available to quickly apply—or you can pick and choose the format that works best for you and your team.

Versions: Web

September 15, 2020

What's New

  • More Special Paste Options in Spreadsheets: Now when you paste cells in spreadsheets, you can choose to paste over only the format, formulas, or data validation rules. Use the special paste menu that appears after pasting to access these options.

Versions: Web, Mac 7.19.0, Windows 7.19.2