Each time I’m trying to use the “table” feature which is in the Rich Text fields, to add pretty simple tables, I am either :
- switching back to google sheet because the row management and the lack of formatting (among other things) make it really tedious and limitating to use. So I finish by simply put a link to the google sheet but this is scattering the information, whereas I would love to have all that in Fibery, and 95% of the time I don’t really need advanced “spreadsheet” features like formulas and having multiple tabs.
- trying to limit myself with these features but waste really a lot of time
=> in both case, it is quite frustrating
It would be really great if there was a better way to add “non-structured” data in table format, either by :
- enabling to embed Google Sheets directly into Fibery, like Confluence did, and make that searchable of course (which would be one of the main benefits)
- improving a lot the current “table” feature, by adding the most essential “spreadsheet” features, and improving the row/column management (add/delete multiple etc.). I guess that would also mean to allow for larger tables with an horizontal scrolling.
With the unfair advantage in Fibery that this “table” object could also be referenced like any entity.
Maybe this could even be a new “view” type like whiteboards.
I’m not sure how others do this, but I feel like there is a missing piece here in Fibery,