You can now disable an action in a Workflow:
This can be very helpful when you're testing out things.
Optional chaining is now activated by default when you write a no-code formula.
What does this mean?
Sometimes, conditional formulas like if statements didn't behave as you expected.
Your conditional formulas will work more intuitively because we include optional chaining for you by default.
LET'S LOOK AT AN EXAMPLE
Let's say we had a list of two objects where one object (Alice) has a property (e.g. a cat) that the other doesn't have:
On our page, we would want to display the list of people with the name of their cat or a placeholder text to say something like "This person doesn't have a cat" when applicable:
Our first thought would be to write a no-code formula that looks like this:
This works now because we've added optional chaining by default.
In the past, however, the formula would have returned an error in the `Current value` and would have not displayed the placeholder text on the page because the `cat` property did not exist for Leila:
In the screenshot above, you can see that:
Note that we chose to do enable optional chaining by default because, in most cases, that's the behavior you'll want.
When a user navigates from one page of your app to another, you can now show them a subtle loader to let them know their click triggered a page change:
It will look something like this:
Currently you can only have this option in no-code but we’re working on other options 🙂
When using the Paginator element in a Workflow with a trigger OnChange, you can now access information about the context of the Paginator: