Google Shared Drives Now Supported

We just updated to Google's latest Sheets API. Yes, we did so because the current version is being deprecated in April ;) However, that means it comes with some new benefits!

  • Sheets stored in Shared Drives (fka Team Drives...make up your mine Google!) are now supported
  • Sheets that have cells containing Google Finance functions and other scripts are now supported

If you are looking for some help, make sure to check out our Google Sheets 101 Guide.

Fixed Update Header

Update headers are now fixed when you scroll. Easier to Send Updates & change Update settings if you are at the bottom of the Update.

Table Styling

You can now style tables! Easily bold important rows or add alternative colors to your rows.

  • When creating or editing a table, uncollapse a metric and select bold.
  • Toggle on row striping and select a color of your choice.

Variance Reports in Dashboards & New Table Options

Variance reports got a facelift and some new functionality today. You can now embed any variance report directly into a dashboards. Just go to the Variance report and hit "Add to Dashboard"

We now allow for tables to be a 2x2 layout! When you are editing your dashboard you can now drag tables to be 2 rows in height.

Individual open counts are back!

We've heard you!

We just made individual open counts part of your Update stats again. Just hover oven the Last Opened column and it will appear.

We still stand by the fact that the data can be inaccurate because all email clients count these things differently; however, there is still value there so wanted to make sure we expose this to you!

Contacts Improvements

We made a visual change along side some smaller UX changes to contacts. Changes include:

  • Improved UI/UX for creating contacts and managing lists
  • Added search functionality
  • All emails that are new in an Update are now added as a contact

Why?

Expect to see a lot more insight and value about your relationships with stakeholders in the coming months!

Variance Report Setup

Setting up & managing variance reports is even easier. Go to Metrics -> New data source to create a variance report.

You'll be able to select the Metric & Forecast/Budget pair, select the respective variance metrics you want and click Save. We'll handle the calculations and create the reports for you.

You can create as many variance report as you'd like!

Protip: You can use any of the metrics in your charts & Updates as well.

New metrics section

The metrics section just got a facelift. We've combined data sources & metrics so they are one cohesive experience.

Improvements Include:

  • A unified data source to metrics experience. No more toggling between tabs and hunting for metrics.
  • Quickly see the connection of your data sources and if you need to intervene to reauthenticate.
  • Navigate between all of your data sources to create new metrics from within and make any changes.
  • Icons got a fresh coat of paint.

Let us know what you think. The entire experience should be more elegant and far less clicking than before!