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Nov 16, 2020

Product updates: Improved render & scroll performance, scalability & concurrency, data type conversion, and more

Matt Robinson
co-founder & CEO
Improved rendering & scroll performance

We’re thrilled to share that we've released the first version of our new high performance grid, giving Spreadsheet.com up to 10x faster rendering & scroll performance. The next version, planned for release in December, will include improved edit & selection performance as well as further improvements to rendering speed.

Improved scalability and concurrency

We’ve also released the first version of our new formula engine and concurrency algorithms, laying the foundation for a scalable and reliable service that can support millions of users with zero-downtime upgrades. While these changes are less visible to you as a user, we think it’s important for you to know how much we’re investing in R&D behind the scenes in preparation for growth.

Seamless conversion between data types

With the completion of our data type conversion capabilities, you can now convert Multiselect cell values to one or more Related row links simply by changing the data type of a column, cell, or range of cells. Cell values matching the value of a primary column cell in the target worksheet will automatically be converted to row links.

Seamless data type conversion in Spreadsheet.com

In addition to these improvements, we fixed over 100 bugs and updated the Spreadsheet.com Roadmap in the community.

More updates

As usual, whenever we release updates to the product we share more details of new features, enhancements, and fixes in the What’s New? section of the Spreadsheet.com Community.  

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