Quick Base Release Notes for October 2018

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We’re continuing to deliver on our core themes of Simplicity, Trust, and Power. This month we’re spotlighting:

• A new experience that simplifies creating table-to-table relationships
• Detailed data change logs that are HIPAA compliant
• An updated Zapier connector that lets you create powerful integrations

Full details on the release can be found at the link below:

https://www.quickbase.com/blog/october-2018-release-notes

The October release of Quick Base, including the features and fixes listed in these release notes, is available starting Sunday, October 14th, 2018. 

Release Features
  • New experience for creating table-to-table relationships
  • Audit Logs: View details of data changes
  • Updated Zapier connector
  • Quick Base Automations: Link in table settings and improved criteria setting
  • Kanban reports: More field types supported, enhanced usability
  • Form Rules derived field limit raised from 20 to 40
Early Access
  • Type-ahead search for record picker (Now available for entire realms)
Sneak Peaks
  • Improved user interface for Automations actions
  • Quick Base Sync: Deleting records from a connected table
  • Improved design for Quick Base Help
New home for Release Notes
Starting in December 2018, we will be publishing release notes on our help site so that product updates are better integrated with product guidance.

New on the Quick Base Community:
Community is now hosting our Quick Base University Blog. Check out the upcoming October Blog Post on the Quick Base Community for new course offerings, along with a helpful tip on getting the most out of Kanban reports.

These highlighted features and more can be found in further detail in our October release notes. To keep up with upcoming releases and status updates for the Quick Base Platform you can always check our Status page.
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Evan Martinez, Community Manager

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The new relationships UI is cool. Just tried it. How about adding the ability to configure "Cascade Delete" on or off? When turned on, QuickBase would delete the children records whenever the parent is deleted automatically without having to write an automation for that.
Thanks, This is the one that has been going on for the last 6 years. Just recently QuickBase let us create automations to do this, (webhooks would be too cumbersome). But to go one step forward, I think a radio button "Cascade Delete Child records" ON or OFF would be helpful. QuickBase is low-code, after all.