07. November 2019

The first GRID beta users have been granted access!

November 4th was a big day for the GRID team - the first beta program users were given access to the GRID beta! A great number of lessons were learned and many improvements were put into GRID after the user testing week in mid-October - all now tested on the first beta users who are using their own spreadsheets and playing in GRID.
The team is looking forward to a new wave of learning and having fun developing GRID to enable anyone to share their spreadsheets as beautiful, interactive web documents.

The announcement generated a traction record on both social media channels as well as registered interest in the product.

The beta program list continues to grow with sign-ups from all over the world and is still possible to join for those interested in participating in the early testing of GRID.

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