We are back with a major new version of Query.me. Here's what's new.
Notebooks can now be public on the internet. It has never been easier to share data insights with the world.
If you publish a notebook publicly, users that are not logged in can view but not edit or run the notebook. They can see the most recent result and charts, the underlying SQL code but have no access to the underlying datasources.
Public notebooks have another great use case: They can be used as templates as you can make a copy of each public notebook into your workspace.
One of the biggest limitations of previous versions is now resolved: It's now possible to specify granular sharing settings for Query.me Notebooks.
You can now specify if a Notebook is
Furthermore, you can choose between two levels of access: view and edit.
We built the foundation of a sophisticated role based access control system into the app, starting with 3 base level roles for now:
With this base roles, you can assign different levels of access to individual users.
Sometimes you need to focus or - if working on a long script - it makes things much easier if you can zoom in.
That's why we added fullscreen mode for SQL blocks:
We spent a lot of time ironing out glitches, small bugs and improving the general appearance and stability of the app.