Release Notes

May 29, 2020

What's New

  • Restrict Platforms and Set Session Timeout lengths: From the Quip Admin Console for each platform, admins can set session lengths to control how long users can access Quip before needing to sign in again. Admins can restrict user access by platform. The admin console will now require a separate log in from the main Quip site, the session length can also be setup independently. Admins can set settings in Admin Console under Settings > Security > Platform Management. For Web

Versions: Web

May 26, 2020

What's New

  • Use Live Paste to keep content in sync across multiple documents: Just copy the content you’re interested in, paste it into a different document, then choose Live Paste from the menu that appears below your pasted content. Whenever that content gets updated at the source, it’ll automatically be updated wherever you Live Pasted it. (Note that you can also choose manual updates, if you prefer.) It works for text, lists, tables, images, videos — or any mix of those things — and it’s a simple but powerful way to establish a single source of truth for the content that matters to your team. For Web, Desktop, and Mobile.

  • Organize your folders with bulk move and delete: When browsing a folder in list view, you can now move or delete multiple items all at the same time. Hold down option (on a Mac) or alt (on Windows) and click the items you want to select, then head up to the Item menu (or just right-click) to choose what you want to do to them. Keyboard users: You can multi-select by holding command (on a Mac) or control (on Windows) while arrowing up and down, then hitting the space bar. For Web.

Versions: Web, Mac 7.11.1, Windows 7.11.0

May 19, 2020

What's New

  • Mute “document open” notifications: When you share a document with someone, we currently send you a notification when they open it. If you’d rather we didn’t do that, open your Account menu, select Notifications, and uncheck “Notify when people open documents you’ve shared.” For Web, Desktop, and Mobile.


May 12, 2020

What's New

  • Clearer sharing permissions for read- and comment-only users: If your access to a document is limited to reading and commenting, we’ll let you know through a tooltip on its share button. Just hover or tab over to discover. For Web.

Versions: Web

May 5, 2020

What's New

  • MDM support for iOS and Android: Now you can deploy and manage the Quip app through your mobile device management provider. Learn more about the products and configurations we currently support. Learn more. For iOS and Android.

Versions: Web, Windows 7.10.2, Mac 7.10.3, iOS 7.10.0, Android 7.10.0

April 21, 2020

What's New

  • Organize your favorites into collections Keep your favorites tidy by bundling them into collections. If your list of favorites is taller than your sidebar, you’ll appreciate this one. (Also, for consistency, your favorites will always be contained to their drawer regardless of whether the sidebar is collapsed or expanded). Learn more. For Web, Mac, and Windows.

  • Selecting multiple cells in spreadsheets: By holding down Cmd (on Mac) or Ctrl (on a PC) while clicking in a spreadsheet, you can select multiple cells to take action on. You can even drag after clicking to select multiple ranges. For Web and Desktop.

  • Quip for Customer 360 Features in VPC: Q4C360 features, such as live reports and live apps, are now fully supported in PCs. For Web, Mac, and Windows.

  • Sign into your account with Salesforce Sandbox SSO: Now you can easily sign into your or account with your Salesforce Sandbox login credentials. Simply select “Sign in with Salesforce Sandbox” on the sign in page. For Web.

  • IFTTT Integration: Due to low usage, we have decided to turn off our IFTTT integration feature in chat.

April 14, 2020

What's New

  • API Scoped Tokens: When setting up an API key, admin users can set up scoped permissions to perform or restrict certain tasks for a user or admin. Admins can select the scopes in the Admin Console under Settings > Integration > API Keys. Required scopes are listed under each API call under the Quip API Documentation. Existing API calls will have all scopes turned on by default. For Web.

  • SCIM Token Generation: You can now generate your SCIM tokens within the Quip Admin Console. View your current token or setup a new SCIM token in the Admin Console under Settings > Integrations. For Web.

  • New emoji in reactions and messages: You can now use Emoji 11, 12 and 12.1 characters in documents, messages and reactions. Now if your documents are too 🔥you can 🧯 if necessary. For Web, Mac, and Windows.

  • Live Salesforce Report “Change Owner”: The Change Owner feature allows users to take over ownership of a Salesforce report in Quip. We removed this feature in Quip due to low usage, but you can still change the ownership of a report in Salesforce. For Web, Mac, and Windows.

April 7, 2020

What's New

  • Data Reference Paste Menu: Now you can easily create a new data reference by simply copy and pasting a range of cells into another spreadsheet. When you perform the paste action, you will see a purple clipboard icon appear. Simply click on it and select the “Data Reference” option.

Bug Fixes

  • Embedded spreadsheet rendering performance improvements: We improved how quickly a spreadsheet embedded in a document will render. Previously, if you had a very large spreadsheet in a document it had trouble fully rendering, which would prevent you from interacting with the document. Now it should take a fraction of the time.

  • Formula calculation performance improvements: Formulas are now calculated much more efficiently resulting in faster actions. You’ll see improvements around formulas that reference another cell, conditional formatting rules, changing options in a data validation dropdown, sorting, and other related calculations.

  • Read-only documents are now accessible to keyboard and screen reader users: Previously, it was difficult to navigate to an embedded spreadsheet and its cells when a document was read-only.

Versions: Web, Windows 7.8.2, Mac 7.8.1, iOS 7.8.1, Android 7.8.1

March 24, 2020

What's New

  • Subscripts and superscripts: Format text in documents with subscripts and superscripts. Find these options in the Format menu or use the ⌘/Ctrl + , or ⌘/Ctrl + . keyboard shortcuts.

  • Group folder deletion: Admins can delete any group folder in the Group Folders section of the admin console.

  • Self-serve Unredacted Audit Access: There’s a new Unredacted Audit Access to All Members & Content permission, which you can grant using Admin Roles. Admins with this permission can view every document and every user at your site, export content sitewide, and otherwise have full access across your organization via the admin console. (If you’ve previously enabled these permissions for some admins or your entire site, you’ll see a section describing your Legacy Unredacted Audit Access under the Admin Roles section in Site Settings.)

March 17, 2020

What's New

  • Admin Roles: Admins can create custom permissions profiles and assign them to admins, to granularly control what parts of the admin console each person can view or edit. All current admins default to the Super Admin role. See the support article for more detail.

  • Custom emails to new users: When provisioning new users in the admin console, admins can control and customize the emails that get sent to new users.

Bug Fixes

  • Lookup formula changes and improvements: We will now only throw an error for a legitimate circular reference. For example, if in cell C1 you had the formula “VLOOKUP(3, A1:B4, 2)” and B1 = C1. Previously, this formula would have an error because B1 is referencing C1 and C1 is referencing B1 (through the range A1:B4). Now we will not throw an error because C1 is actually not depending on the value of B1. Formulas this affects include: VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP, LOOKUP, IF, IFERROR, IFNA, SUMIF, SUMIFS, COUNTIF, COUNTIFS, AVERAGEIF, AVERAGEIFS.