Ultradox Help Center
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Welcome! If you want to learn more about using Ultradox, you’ve come to the right place.
With Ultradox you can automate your business by creating a flow of building blocks that orchestrate your apps.
While Ultradox has been designed and created in the first place to generate, print and send nice looking documents, it is not limited to document generation.
We do the heavy lifting for you so that you can focus on your business requirements.
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December 11th, 2019
You can now connect Ultradox to a custom GCP Project.
When authorizing Google services, you custom project will be used to generate the access tokens.
This means that when authorizing a service, the name of your cloud project will be displayed and you have full control over the enabled API's.
It will also enable you to continue using restricted services like GMail and Google Drive with your personal GMail account.
February 5th, 2019
Ultradox EU has been launched!
We have created a dedicated instance of Ultradox in Google's datacenter in Frankfurt / Germany.
It has a totally separate environment to make sure all data is stored in the EU.
We have also deployed dedicated add-on's so that they all connections between the add-on's and the main component will be within the EU as well.
If you want to use Ultradox in the EU make sure to install the EU version from the G Suite marketplace.
You can also install both apps (US and EU) side by side but you'll not be able to share data from one instance with users from the other instance.
October 9th, 2018
A new building block has been added that allows you to throw an error in your flow.
The document templates building blocks have been moved into the
Document templates section in the sidebar.
Repeat building block can now handle paging so that you can for example load 10 contacts at a time and the repeat block will take care of loading the next chunk of data at the end of the repeat loop. This can greatly help you to speed up your flow when pausing due to user interaction or suspend/resume blocks as less data has to be persisted.
September 20th, 2018
Default settings for input and output locale as well as default timezone and currency can be configured per file.
September 18th, 2018
A new locale renderer has been added. It allows you to render country or language names from country or language codes.
March 27th, 2018
When updating and inserting rows into a Google Sheet you can now convert numbers, boolean and dates to support multiple locales.
Cancel buttons in forms in the Ultradox editor have been moved to the toolbar and will indicate if you have unsaved changes.
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Last Updated: 2/26/20