product update - select for me
29. July 2022

Handy & helpful updates

This week, we’re focusing on making things easier and clearer: a guided tutorial that helps new users learn the ropes in GRID, a feature that selects data for your display elements automagically, and making it easier for you to find important options.

New in GRID:

  • We want to make it easier for you to create dynamic, impactful models and analyses in GRID. We’ve introduced a feature where GRID will automatically select data for your display element. Just click “Select for me” either on the element itself or in the Editor panel, and GRID will suggest data to use.

  • To make it easier for new users to get started in GRID, we’ve added a guided tutorial as well as an onboarding checklist. Both will introduce you to the core features of GRID, and get you up and running fast! The tutorial is accessible on your Home page.

  • We’ve added a few helpful tooltips here & there to highlight important features and teach you how to build great looking GRID docs.

  • You can now book a call with our Customer Success team right on the Home page. Just click on the “?” on the left side and choose the time slot that works best for you.

  • We’ve made it easier to find how to share your document with your inputs. Now, when you change inputs such as sliders, a new button will pop up in the document actions toolbar (bottom right hand side) that allows you to quickly copy the link to the doc with your inputs. You can also always share the document in its original state. The choice is yours!

Bug fixes 🐛

  • Whoops! The help icon was hovering over the spreadsheet panel, getting in the way of your data. We’ve fixed that!

  • There was a bug that caused display elements to move on the screen while the Editor panel was in use. This has been fixed now and your charts are no longer doing a little dance on the dancefloor.

  • We fixed an issue where the spreadsheet panel opened when a video element was added.

  • The Input Field was showing too many decimals when it was set to a percentage. It’s been fixed.