One of SqlDBM’s most hotly anticipated and asked-for features is team collaboration. Many of our users informed us that database design work is a team effort, and as such it is important to allow the team to work together collaboratively on a project.
The SqlDBM team is proud to announce the release of SqlDBM v.220.127.116.11 based on our roadmap/feedback.
In this release, our top features include:
– Team-Collaborate Feature (Multiple users working on the same project)
One of SqlDbm’s most hotly anticipated and asked-for features is team collaboration. Many of our users informed us that database design work is a team effort, and as such it is important to allow the team to work together collaboratively on a project.
As we like to point out time and again, our development plan is based heavily on our user’s feedback and preferences. We listened and actualized that.
A few features of Team-Collaborate:
- Project owner can easily add/invite multiple users.
- Ability to quickly copy an entire team from one project to another
- Ability to add users with Edit and Read-Only Roles (coming soon)
- Lock to Edit: Only one user can edit at one time
- Visibility on who is editing the project
Read more about it at https://blog.sqldbm.com/team-collaboration/
– Our Pricing Philosophy
Lots of users have shown interest in the price of using the SqlDBM tool, and in this release we have expressed our thoughts about future pricing possibilities of the tool. For now we are still in beta as we work on fleshing out all the key features, so the full version of SqlDBM is absolutely free!
A paid version is coming soon, with great enhanced features and a nominal subscription-based price. That said, there will ALWAYS be a free version of SqlDBM with most of the required features. This free version should be great enough for most small project teams
Check it out at https://sqldbm.com/en/Pricing/
– SqlDBM Help Center
With SqlDBM, there are lots of tips and tricks to enhance productivity. Our Help Center contains lots of use cases on how to use different SqlDBM features, including helpful, guided tutorial-style articles. It also covers most of the frequently asked questions, such as ‘What are subject areas?’, ‘What are Diagrams?’ and so on.
Check it out at https://blog.sqldbm.com/help
This isn’t all we’ve done, we’ve also made a few minor tweaks to improve the overall experience with SqlDBM.
Please check out SqlDBM at https://sqldbm.com, let us know how we can improve SqlDBM to resolve your current issues related to database designing/modeling. Help us get the next update to SqlDBM in the best possible shape. Your feedback is important to securing a solid update release, and we greatly appreciate your assistance.