Hello everyone, We’re excited about announcing Retable’s new product updates! We have published Retable's October developments.
We’ve been hard at work on these for one month and we can’t wait for you to try them out. We’ve made it even easier to use and more intuitive thanks to formulas. We’ve also added a number of new features, including unique table and column names.
These updates are available now for all users. We encourage you to try out the new features and enhancements and let us know what you think. We’re always looking for ways to improve our products and make your life easier.
We hope you enjoy these new product updates! Let's check it out together!🚀
As you all know, Retable already has allowed you to use excel formulas on your spreadsheets. Now, we have improved our formulation function. Let's check how to use excel formulas in Retable!
You can easily create simple, cell-basis excel formulas with Retable.
How to Use Excel Formulas?
- Add a column and select the “formula” column type
- Click the formula area and start to type your formula. You can check the examples to learn how to use excel formula for your Retable spreadsheet.
- When you start to type, Retable's excel formula options will appear directly under the formula section, and you can select the formula you want to use.
- Open your parenthesis.
- Then all your columns will be listed directly under the formula section. You can select the column that you want to add to your formula.
- You can add more than one column to your formula by separating the columns with a comma.
- When you finish adding the columns you should close your parenthesis.
Now, your formula is ready! It is fully dynamic so, when you change any data in the columns that you used in your formula, the formula results will be automatically updated. 🚀
If you want to learn more about how to use Excel formulas in Retable, check out this quick video below! 👇🏻
Unique Table & Column Names
No need for confusion! Retable has come up with a new feature to help you manage your data in the most organized way and avoid confusion between tables and columns!
Now your table names and column names will be unique! Actually, we may have made it our mission to be unique.
Thanks to this development, when you try to create multiple columns or tables with the same name, Retable will sort them for you or give you an alert.
👉🏻 For example; If you have a column named "Phone Number" and try to create another "Phone Number" column we'll name it "Phone Number (1)". Of course, you can change the column name as you wish.
👉🏻 Also if you have a table named "Job Applicants" and try to create another table with the same name, we'll give you an alert as "Retable title has to be unique. Check your project trash bin too." It means you should use a unique name for your table.
So, if you are working with so many columns and tables, this feature will help you to protect your projects from duplicate data and confusion.
🎯 Bonus: Retable Desktop App
Here, the most exciting news of the new month!
Retable's desktop app is now available for download. 🚀
Get it for free today and experience the joy of being more productive and faster! It's available for Mac, Windows and Linux
Check this link below to download it for free!
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