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: To analyze your live app data or reinitialize live apps somewhere else, use the Export Live App API. Export a Salesforce live app to an HTML tag that can be turned back to a live app. Supported live apps include Salesforce Record, Salesforce List, Calendar, Kanban Board, Project Tracker, and custom live apps. 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