With saved views, you can easily pivot and explore your data, stashing away interesting visualizations and divergent analytical threads as you go. Save anything from a simple hunch to come back to later, to a clear-as-day outlier to share with them team in a note.
Style your charts to add headers and subtitles, making it easy for charts to stand alone when shared as PNGs, or embedded as an iframe on your blog posts.
Wire up temporal fields to calendar blocks and let users interact with time directly in your note! Check it out in action with this analysis of Trevor's Strava activities over the years.
Isaac has been grinding on improving the stability of the note editor, knocking out way too many bugs to list here. Overall, it should be a lot more stable and smooth for you!
We've also been rounding it out with all the essential formatting options you'd expect: lists, blockquotes, and more.
You asked for it! Now you can insert slider blocks into your note to directly manipulate numerical ranges.
Easily re-arrange your note by dragging and dropping any block (text, chart, or interactive filter).
We've been giving the note editor the love it deserves with lots of small refinements, bug fixes, and design refreshes. Some highlights:
Stay tuned for the upcoming overhaul of the Explore screen!
We just released another round of alpha invites — check your inbox! Don't have an invite yet? Request one with the button on the top right of this page!.
No more downloading new builds! Bayes will now fetch new releases for you and let you know when they're ready.
Now you can take a visualization and create a shareable note in a single click. Then publish it and get an easily-shareable URL to send to your team.
As always, come chat with us in Slack and let us know what you think!
And many more small tweaks and improvements: