Hey guys! - I'm very excited to introduce you to our latest release of Qlik Sense, June 2017. Yep - no version number or dots in this naming convention. With the announcement of our continuous release process discussed here, Qlik will begin releasing Qlik Sense every 10 weeks! Since each release will be similar in scope, we are also replacing our number-based naming convention with releases identified by the month and year they were distributed. This means that instead of Qlik Sense 4.0, our June release is simply called Qlik Sense June 2017. (Most other Qlik products will also follow a similar cadence going forward as well.)
Currently customers and partners are invited to Join the Technical Preview and can get the latest software here. If you are not a customer or partner, our freemium product, Qlik Sense Desktop - will be available later in the month - however you can still experience some of these new features immediately (such as the new data preparation features) without downloading any software by registering with Qlik Sense Cloud.
There is so much goodness in this release that I don't want to create a giant text wall telling you about it. I created a brief summary video for your enjoyment as well as longer videos detailing and demonstrating the new features. You can view them at the video index below which include video files and samples. Please note that additional information on our Advanced Analytics integration is available in this community group Advanced Analytics Extensions and requires permission. Please send an email to mailto:email@example.com to gain access. I am in the middle of working on a brief summary and "Hello World"-type video to demonstrate its concepts.
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