We recently shipped some changes to significantly speed up action run times and think you'll be happy with the noticeable improvements in actions' performances, notably:
Not sure where to begin in the world of Clay? Check out our new templates page, designed to give you a leg up at building your ideal table that populates itself. Now, any time you want to create a new base or table, simply start by selecting a live data source to populate your table vertically or build out actions and columns to build out your table horizontally 🤯
We have an exciting new integration that we believe deserves it own section in this month's change log. Meet our newest Write to Google Sheets action. We know how much you all love spreadsheets, so we thought it would only be fit to have our spreadsheets talk to your spreadsheets.
We're working towards having Clay feeling so fresh and so clean, and appreciate the feedback you've shared — it is invaluable ✨ While we inch closer to opening up access to Clay 2.0 to early users, we wanted to give you a sneak peek of what you can expect:
📢 We are looking for users interested in testing our revamped UI! If you're a spreadsheet connoisseur, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for early access 🧪✨
We're continuing to clean up little bugs here and there that make all the difference, most notably:
Here's a list of things we fixed:
Stay tuned for more exciting changes from the Clay team coming soon 🌞 and, as always, for any suggestions, comments or questions find us at email@example.com!
Many of you are familiar with the Clay Chrome Extension — perfect for turning pages of unstructured data into structured lists. Last month, we invited our community to test out the beta, bringing Clay even closer to the browser by allowing you to map entire webpages yourself. Your feedback was formative, and we are giddy to share that the new extension is now live and available for download in the Google Chrome store.
Some new enhancements include:
💡 Learn more and get started with the V2.0 of the Clay Chrome Extension here.
Seeing our users set up powerful outbound and inbound workflows, we've learned first hand that backlogs of leads are a headache and a half to prioritize. If you're sitting on a backlog of people, emails or companies, Clay's powerful Formula column can now automate away the endless hours spent weeding out the unfit.
Codify any conditions to automatically identify and take action on high quality leads, whether updating a lifecycle stage, adding to an email sequence, or pushing to a qualified leads table. Here is a little glimpse of what you can do:
🥅 Interested in using a checkbox to identify qualified leads based on certain properties? Check out our Formula Cheat Sheet to get started.
We're continuing to build out our library of Sources (streaming live data in to your table), based on your requests and some of our communities best workflows, including most recently:
And for those who like to zoom straight through to contacts, we recently released the long awaited...
💌 Have a use case for a template you'd like to see that we don't currently support? Request it here!
We've been working hard behind the scenes to deliver on a smoother end to end flow for you. Whether our sleek new UI, improved workspace search, single record view, or up-and-coming Organization Table, we have a number of changes up our sleeve that will spark joy and drastically cut down the setup time to start automating.Stay tuned and and send us an 👁👁 emoji if you want a pre-beta sneak peek.
We're hiring! There's a whole lot that goes into building the first spreadsheet that fills itself, and into abstracting away layers of complexity so anyone can build their own automations and creations. We are incredibly excited to be hiring for the Clay team.
If you have any recommendations please do let us know!
You'll find all open roles here in our Notion.
Stay tuned for more exciting changes from the Clay team coming soon and, as always, for any suggestions, comments or questions find us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.
This is a quote
A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!
Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.