The latest updates from the Intersect Labs team. New features, fixes, upgrades, and more.

March 5, 2021

Quickbase integration, data visualizations and better error reporting


Quickbase integration

The Quickbase integration is now up and running! You can pull your data from various tables, then filter it to create custom tables. 


New data visualization block

Want to create beautiful charts with your data? Done. We're excited to announce the new data visualization block! Now, you can easily visualize data using scatter plot, line graph, vertical bar chart, horizontal bar chart and pie chart.


Better error reporting

With the latest update on Intersect, we deployed better error reporting, covering 86% of errors that might occur while building your data apps. From now on, if a step fails, you’ll see the exact error that caused the issue.

February 26, 2021

Aggregate data, extract from date/time and custom naming


Aggregate data transform

Want to categorize your data into different groups, and calculate some aggregate metric for each group? Done! The aggregate data transform is going to make your life easy.


Extract from date/time

With the new integration “Extract from date/time” you can now extract the year, month, date, day name, hour, minute or second from your date/time column.


Custom name editing

With our newest update, you can add custom names to your steps and datasets. This is designed with the intention to help you organize your data apps better.

February 19, 2021

New PostgreSQL integration, pivot tables and filtering with conditions


PostgreSQL Integration

Our PostgreSQL integration is now available for all users! You can now connect your PostgreSQL database and pull data directly into your data apps.


Pivot tables

If you are an Excel user, you’re probably familiar with pivot tables. Intersect now supports a “Pivot Table” transform that allows you to automatically summarize your data and slice-and-dice your data in million ways. You can now use this Excel-style pivot table in your data apps and flatten it back to a database-style table.


Filter by numerical conditions

A new transform called “Filter data based on numerical conditions” has been added to the transform library. You can use this transform to filter your data by certain conditions in a specific column.