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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Edit Report Filters

This week we are introducing another great feature in XL-Connector and wanted to give you a heads-up. Now you can edit and save report filters directly from Excel, no need to go to Salesforce to change that any more. Simply select … Continue Reading

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Run Any Data Load Scenario with a Single Click

XL-Connector Enterprise Admin and Team Player editions allow you to run a sequence of any of the following operations in a single click on the Run Flow button: Pull results of any SOQL query from Salesforce. Create records in Salesforce. Update and … Continue Reading

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Bring Picklist Values to your Salesforce Report

A Quick Tip to Make your Work with Salesforce Reports Even Easier When you first pull a report from Salesforce to Excel using XL-Connector’s Get Reports function – it will not populate your picklist columns with drop-downs containing all available … Continue Reading

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