In version 3.2.3.6

You can now change your data starting cell directly from the Update, Insert, and Upsert dialog box:

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In version 3.2.2.9

Another XL-Connector release with more exiting features! We’ve streamlined the data push operations reducing the number of clicks you need to make to get the job done. Now, if you click on the Update, Insert, or Upsert button in the … Continue Reading

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In version 3.2.2.5

In this release, we’ve added some features around pulling and refreshing data from Salesforce along with a handful of enhancements. You can now transpose rows to columns when pulling or refreshing reports and SOQL queries. To enable this, check the Transpose … Continue Reading

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In version 3.2.2.0

You can now force all values to be treated as text by Excel when running a report. This will not let Excel automatically convert values to numbers or dates.

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In version 3.2.1.5

File Upload tool can now upload files to user-defined libraries. Numerous bug fixes, performance and UI enhancements.

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In Version 3.2.0.1

You can now mass upload Files to Salesforce effortlessly using the new Upload Files feature. Please, check out our documentation for more details.

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In version 3.1.9.5

We’ve simplified the way our users work changed values in XL-Connector Team Player and Enterprise Admin. Now when at least one Flow Step in a worksheet is set up to upload Changed rows – the Track Changes mode will be activated automatically on … Continue Reading

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In version 3.1.8.2

You can now download, edit, and then upload custom metadata using XL-Connector. Read more…

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In version 3.1.8.0

Starting from version 3.1.8.0 XL-Connector supports exporting Flows and Flow Steps to Salesforce and importing them back into your Excel document. Read more…

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In version 3.1.7.5

It is now possible to conditionally run Flows based on whether a certain cell in your worksheet contains a value or not. Just specify the cell address or range name in the ‘Condition cell’ box. SOQL query editor now supports comments.

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