Now you can create local Views that are nested into Documents (and rich text fields). They can be useful for many cases, like:
Create some temporary report and not complicate space with temporary views.
Create a rich document with dynamic data.
You may even now use Documents instead of Folders and describe what is inside in a much better way.
You can create nested Views in two ways so far:
via + action in left menu for a Document.
via # or /Insert Entity action in a document.
Then you can embed created View via << or /Insert View command if you want to have them inside a document.
CSV Import 2.0
New CSV Import was re-written from scratch. It is based on Fibery Integration framework and can handle HUGE CSV files up to 50 Mb. New Import is more robust and stable, so data migration into Fibery should be much easier now.
Find it in top left menu → Import → CSV 2.0.
Create Documents from selected text
Create new Documents from selected text. Select some text, invoke Create Entity command (Cmd + E) and create it. Note that you can create many documents from a list. Just select a list and new document will be created for each list item.
Convert Document into Entity
Now you can convert a Document to any entity (that has at least one rich edit field). Click … in a document header and select Convert to… action. Note that original document is not deleted automatically, you may want to delete it manually.
Filter search results by View type
Now you can filter search results by View type. For example, if you want to find some Table View, you can do it via the filter in Search faster.
You can create new Views from Search as well. It works in a similar way as for entities, but all Views are created in My Space by default (you can move them to some other Space later via drag and drop).
@mdubakov if we can share documents with embedded views (read only) with a public link, that can be a huge marketing opportunity.
When we go live, I will share what we’ve build with the outside world. If I tell for example on LinkedIn how the build-in lead scoring mechanism works, I can then simply add a link to the document where they can see + read in real time how it works.
So instead of creating all kind of screenshots or videos (which will be outdated quite soon because of all the coming changes) they can simply have a sneak peak in the actual workspace without a Fibery account.
I’m currently structuring almost the whole space (except for smart folders) in ‘documents with embedded views’ instead of folders. If I’m able to share those (as if it’s a Wiki) then potential customers can click through a demo themselves.
So basically share the pages like Notion offers Would that be possible in the near future?
And if we can structure smart folders ‘underneath’ a document (like we can now do by combining multiple smart folders in a normal folder), then every folder can be replaced with a document which contains all information the user needs
Yes we use that already and that works great for views! Would be really awesome if we also can add descriptions to ‘empty placeholder spaces’ (we’ve hidden all databases for users so they don’t get a panic attack)