Release Notes

December 15, 2020

What's New

  • Format Painter: Easily copy formatting between cells in spreadsheets with the new Format Painter button in your toolbar. Available on the web now and coming shortly to the desktop apps. For Web and Desktop

  • Read and Respond to Comments Using a Screenreader: Screenreader users can now read and respond to comment threads when reading a Quip document in View-Only Mode (cmd+opt+z on Mac or ctrl+alt+z in Windows). Too many comments interrupting your reading experience? Turn them off just for yourself by going to View → Show Comments for each document. As a reminder, keyboard users can still access comments on any section in a document outside of View-Only Mode by using the keyboard shortcuts cmd+shift+c or ctrl+shift+c. For Web

  • Define Sections of a Template with Document Ranges: Add headings to your templates to create document ranges and see how your templates are structured. Now you can easily use your template’s sections to create business processes and automation based on your range names with the Automation API. Updated endpoints include Edit Document and Live Paste. For Web and Desktop

  • Offline Access Changes: We’ve changed which documents are available offline in the mobile and desktop apps. Now, all documents in your Favorites, documents you’ve opened in the last week, and documents mentioned in your notifications in the last week will automatically be available offline. For Mobile and Desktop

  • Window App Performance: We improved the performance of the Windows app. For Windows

  • iOS app now requires iOS 12 or later.

  • Mac app now requires macOS 10.13 (High Sierra) or later.

Versions: Web, Mac, Windows