We’re excited to announce availability of the new Button data type in Spreadsheet.com, allowing you to trigger automation actions on a row or open a URL from a button click.
Let’s take a look!
Button data type
The Button data type allows you to define one or more automation actions that get invoked when users click a button.
For example, here we’ve defined an automation to send a reminder notification to users assigned to a row when a Send Reminder button is clicked.
Buttons can also be configured to open custom URLs when clicked. For example, here we’ve defined a button to do a LinkedIn search using data from multiple columns in the worksheet.
See the Button data type in action
Take a look at our Guide to Using OpenAI and Automations to Manage Customer Relations to see the Button data type in action and learn how it can be used with other powerful Spreadsheet.com features like OpenAI integration.
Learn more about the Button data type
A few features we're busy working on now:
- Row Movement
Ability to drag and drop rows to reposition them in Sheet and Gantt views. This includes the ability to move parent rows in a hierarchy and have all child rows move with them.
- Drag & Drop Cell and Range Movement
Similar to traditional spreadsheets, we’re adding the ability to drag and drop individual cells and ranges to move them in the grid.
An in-app notifications list updated in real time showing each user all of the row assignments, @mentions, alerts, and reminders meant for them.
- Enhanced Comments with Resolutions
We're working on upgrading the cell and row commenting experience and adding the ability to resolve comments.
Stay tuned for these and more updates coming soon ...