Multiple Emails + Account Merging
Access all your teams from one account, instead of juggling individual accounts or passwords for each team.
In Quill, you don't create a new account when you join a team — you always have just one account. This has always been true, but we just made it a little bit easier to manage. You can now connect multiple emails to your account — and if you already have multiple accounts, you can now merge them into one.
Add emails or merge accounts by going to
Settings → Account → Add New Email.
You can now override the system
dark/light appearance in your preferences.
Have Quill use dark mode, even if you prefer light mode for your OS.
You can now reorder channels in your sidebar.
Use drag and drop to organize your channels.
- You can now configure the time period after which to auto-archive activity or disable auto-archiving entirely.
Settings → Activity (Thanks JMo!)
- Can now hold
⌘ and click on an a message to select it. Being able to select multiple messages this way, and multiple ranges, is on the way! (Thanks Tavish!)
- Slightly larger message bubbles, with a bit more spacing all around and larger avatars.
- New design for reactions. Each reaction now appears in its own bubble.
- New design for message input with a handy little text formatting cheat sheet.
- New design for invites and integrations.
- Added a preference to turn off welcome messages for teams.
- Integrations settings now show you how many integrations you’ve enabled.
- You can now send yourself a password reset email in settings, if you signed in with email/password.
- Add support for sharing a message using the native share sheet on iOS.
- Your current video call is now shown in your sidebar.
- New help menu in sidebar.
- Fixed several edge cases with moving channels.
- Fixed user and team avatars sometimes not loading.
- Fixed clicking preferences from menu in mac app not taking you to the right screen. (Thanks Sam!)
- Fixed a rendering issue where moved threads would not render in their new destination until app was restarted. (Thanks Angel, David & Andy!)
- Creating a new team from settings now persists the settings sidebar. (Thanks Michael!)
- Command suggestions no longer trigger in the middle of a message.
- Fix some potential flickering when conversations are opened in split.
- Added back a file attachment button in the compose menu.
- Integration message attachments for e.g. GitHub no longer style titles that are not links as links.
- Opening channels in split view is no longer presented as an option in activity sidebar menus when splitting is not possible, and the correct toolbar is shown for the channel.
- Hitting Enter directly after compositing an IME (Japanese, Chinese, etc) message now correctly sends the message.
- Added markdown hints for list items.
- Fixed an issue where deleting a team didn’t refresh badge count.
- Fixed an issue where attachments would not immediately load if the app had been backgrounded for a long time.
- Certain messages no longer incorrectly render as quoted.
- Moving messages to a new thread now allows you to add a title again.
- Quoting messages then deleting the quote source channel or thread now renders a more informative error.
- Email verification screen correctly renders at small screen sizes.
- Fixed styling for integration modals.
- Fixed read receipt tooltip sometimes not disappearing.
- Stopped an issue where clicking activity cells could reset scroll position.
- Notifications are now sent when you add new
!! mentions when editing messages.
- Fixed an issue where clicking a notification on Windows would not always correctly open Quill.
- Fixed several bugs with video chat.
- Performance improvements! Lists should now scroll faster. (Thanks Bill!)
- The main speaker is now highlighted in video calls.
- Improved attribution of quoted messages.
- Team welcome messages now go into the default
#social channel, instead of
- Video calls now disconnect faster.
- Cmd+K now better suggests conversations.
- Cmd+K now shows you your history if you haven’t typed a search yet.
- No longer shows large link previews for links that return a non-200 response or for known bad links. (Thanks Jack!)