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Sharing And Managing Shared Results

TeamSQL allows you to share the set of data returned after you execute a query via hyperlink. This means that you can share this data with somebody regardless of whether the person uses TeamSQL or not. The user to whom you’re sharing simply navigates to the URL you provide to see the data.   Share Results Before you can share your results, you’ll need to execute a query to return a set of data.   Once you’ve returned a set of results, you can right-click and ...

How To Share Folders

In this article, we will cover how you can share the folders you’ve created in TeamSQL. You can share them with individuals or with groups of individuals. To get started, navigate to the Saved Queries area of TeamSQL. You’ll see a list of all the queries you saved, as well as the folders you’ve created to store them.     Select the folder you want to share. You’ll see the options associated with that folder appear in the toolbar at the top. Click Share to ...

TeamSQL SDK and Extensions

TeamSQL supports extensions. You can easily build your extensions in TypeScript using TeamSQL Extensions SDK and teamsql-cli. TeamSQL Extension Store is also available in this version. You can publish your extensions in TeamSQL Extension Store and let other users install and use your extension.     Documentations, Samples and Tutorials SDK Documenation: https://developer.teamsql.io Export to Google (Sample Code): https://github.com/TeamSQL/...

Sharing to Slack

You can run a query and send the results to the Slack channel, group, or user of your choice. Your colleagues can then access the data by clicking on the hyperlink provided by TeamSQL. To keep your data safe, you can choose to encrypt and password-protect your results set.       Read full article and tutorial on TeamSQL Blog.

Basic Math Operations

TeamSQL comes with built-in, basic math operations, so you have easy access to summary statistics for your data, such as totals, counts, averages, and maximum and minimum values. You can have these operations run on any set of cells you’ve highlighted. To get a quick overview of our data, we begin by selecting the data cells we want included in our calculations.   As soon as we do this, we can see the results of our math operations at the bottom right of the TeamSQL window...

Is TeamSQL written in Java?

No! We are using Electron and everything is mostly written in HTML, Node.js and TypeScript under the hood.    

Can I download TeamSQL now?

Currently there are many people using TeamSQL in their routine development cycles and we want to make sure that our support system scales efficiently as the number of users grows. We also want to keep communicating with everyone to let the product fit to our user base's needs. So we are rolling out TeamSQL at a controlled pace and we are trying hard to make the process run faster.  

Sharing Your Query Results to Slack

TeamSQL is always looking for ways to make collaborating with your colleagues on SQL queries easier, and today, you have one more way to share the results of your SQL query: via Slack! You can now run a query and send the results to the Slack channel, group, or user of your choice. Your colleagues can then access the data by clicking on the hyperlink provided by TeamSQL. To keep your data safe, you can choose to encrypt and password-protect your results set.   How to Share Your ...

Sharing Your TeamSQL Folders

In our opinion, one of the most significant benefits to using TeamSQL is the ability to share your work with your teammates, either individually or with groups of individuals, with ease. Rather than going through the traditional practice of exporting your query, saving it somewhere, and then forwarding the access directions to your colleagues, you can let TeamSQL do the heavy lifting. Just provide information about who you’d like to share with and the recipients’ email addresses, and ...

Working with Teams in TeamSQL

In this article, we will cover the features TeamSQL has that enables easy collaboration between you and your colleagues.   Creating a Team To create a new team, which you can use to group any number of users, navigate to Teams > Create New Team using the main toolbar at the top. You will be prompted to provide a name for your new team.   Click Create to proceed. On the Teams & Management window that displays, you see your newly-created team, along ...