The team released a number of UX and feature improvements in July, including but not limited to:
Allow users to copy text from your web-app to their clipboard so they can paste it elsewhere.
In the example below, when a user clicks on the element, the value "This is my new value" will be copied to their clipboard:
As a result, they will be able to paste that value after clicking on the element.
Of course, you can bind the value of this action to a variable to make it dynamic.
In the example below, we bound the value of the action to an input variable:
Input and button elements now come with a native `focus` state:
When enabled, this focus state will be triggered by default when a user interacts with the element.
However, you can also trigger that state through another element with a no-code workflow.
For example, you could trigger the focus state of an input when a user clicks on a button:
You can now add test your global formulas with test values in the parameters.
In the example below, we are testing our formula to format numbers with the number 12000 and can see the result is 12,000 as expected: