Now you can export all workspace data into Markdown and CSV files. It should reduce fear level and help you feel safer or migrate to the other tool easier (not recommended).
Click to the top left menu, navigate to workspace settings and find Export Workspace button. It will initiate exporting process and you will receive an email with a link to an archive. Note that export may take up to an hour if you have 100K entities.
@mdubakov I am also getting the notice in the calendar view. It seems a bit bizarre though, especially when the view is a weekly view. I had always assumed that the view only loaded a subset of records from the time period on screen (or maybe adjacent time periods for quicker loads) and would load more data as you changed the range.
I was wondering if there was an update on the calendar view max data limits.
I am still not sure why the calendar view is trying to load all the data instead of filtering based on the current view range (+/- 1 or 2 periods before and after). I’ve actually ran into the situation where some of my meetings randomly (didn’t appear to be connected to when they were scheduled or created) didn’t show up and realized this was because they were not loaded. Setting filters solved the issue but this can quite confusing for users who might use a view to go back in time beyond the filter range and see no records.
I think for the calendar view, the data loading should be dynamic (i.e. as you move backward or forward in time, the view loads more entities) unless there is a specific business reason to load only a particular time range.
Let me know if this requires its own feature request.