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Posted by Paul Korm
Feb 3, 2018 at 03:03 AM

 

Excellent features, Peter.

I’m in.  When do we see the product on the market?

 


Posted by SheetPlanner
Feb 3, 2018 at 03:18 AM

 

Hey Rogbar,

The document saves automatically and since each tab is just another view of the content there is no need to save each tab.

Version 1 allows just one selection in a dropdown list in a a list column type. We will look to add multiple selections at a later date.

Thanks,
Peter

 


Posted by SheetPlanner
Feb 3, 2018 at 03:25 AM

 

Paul,
I think we will get it to market by June if not sooner.


The product is remarkably bug free so it makes me optimistic about the beta cycle.

Thanks,
Peter

 


Posted by rogbar
Feb 3, 2018 at 05:58 AM

 

So if I close the document and open it tomorrow, the same tabs will appear?

Also, in your original post, you mentioned a long term road map of planned features. Can you share some of those with us now?


SheetPlanner wrote:

>
>Hey Rogbar,
> >The document saves automatically and since each tab is just another view
>of the content there is no need to save each tab.
> >Version 1 allows just one selection in a dropdown list in a a list
>column type. We will look to add multiple selections at a later date.
> >Thanks,
>Peter

 


Posted by SheetPlanner
Feb 3, 2018 at 06:18 AM

 

Rogbar,
If you close the window hitting the red traffic light it closes the window and all its tabs. That state is remembered and yes when you reopen the document, the tabs state is restored.

Command W closes tabs, so you have to get used to not hitting command tab to close a document if you want the tab state maintained when you reopen the document.

The roadmap for 1.1 will be things like data entry helpers, (timestamps, serial numbers), picture column type, maybe a template browser and system notifications.

The long term roadmap is extensive, basically every feature you have ever wished for!!!

When we get 1.0 out, I will think more about releasing the roadmap.
Peter

 


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