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Add a changelog to your document. Keep users of your doc informed about the changes (new features, bug fixes) to your document using an easy to read display.


Data > Templates

This table contains the templates used by the formula to display the changelog.

Data > Changelog

The data for the changelog are located here. You can also find the Versions table here.


This page just contains the formula to display the data found in the Changelog table.



The template columns are all a canvas type, so the content can be rich. The most important information to maintain are the {} placeholders.


Version: {1}
{1} → This will contain the version number, ie. “’. If this is the most recent version in the flog, it will add “(Current version)” after the version.
{2} → The rest of the changelog entry will be displayed.


{1} → Shows the category for the changelog entry, ie. “User Interface”, “Feature”, etc.
{2} → The rest of the changelog entry will be displayed.


[{1}] {2}
{1} → This will display the changelog type, ie. “New”, “Fix”, “Update”, etc.
{2} → This is the change item, ie. “Fixed the display bug”, etc.
{3 → The rest of the changelog entry will be displayed.


{1} → This will display the “Detail” column. This column is a canvas so you can use rich text like fonts and bullet lists, etc.


Add the versions you want to use in your changelog to this table. when you fill in the columns the formula in the “Version” column will generate a semantic version string.


Select the “version” and just complete the rest of the columns and you’re on your way to have a changelog.


To add the changelog functionality to your document, just copy the “Data” and “Changelog” pages to your document.


Remove the Versions table and make the changelog formula smarter. :)
Streamline the templates with the aim to only have one template instead of 4.

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