Release notes
  • New features, improvements, and bug fixes apply to all platforms; exceptions are indicated.
  • Minor versions are not listed in the release notes, but are always included in the latest major release. For example, any bug fixes released in 3.6.8 are included in 3.6.

Current versions

Public Cloud

The new release may take some time to show up in the App Store and Google Play Store.
Latest version
Web app
Mac app
iPad app
iPhone app
Android app

Private Cloud

Private Cloud updates are usually available within a few weeks after the Public Cloud release. We notify you—workspace (team) owners—in advance about the time we'll deploy the update to your Private Cloud.
Latest version
Private Cloud
Deployed automatically, opt-out is possible


Latest version
Upon request
On-Premises Linux
Upon request
On-Premises Windows
Upon request

Ninox 3.6 – May 12, 2022 (Public Cloud) – July 4, 2022 (Private Cloud)

New features

Script editor—9 new features

We've revamped the script editor for a more efficient workflow and a better ease of use. Check out the new look and feel as well as new functionality on the help page
Script editor features or
Features im Skript-Editor.

Correct dates independent of your timezone 🗓

No more manual adjustments or workarounds for automatically displaying dates correctly—no matter the timezone you or your collaborators work in.
Enable timezone-independent date for your databases following the steps on the help page
Enable timezone-independent date or
Zeitzonenunabhängiges Datum aktivieren.

Usage overview

You can now check the usage around storage, API calls, and emails against your subscription. The app visually indicates how much capacity has been used and how much is still available.
To access the usage overview, visit the global settings by clicking the gear icon (1) in the top-right corner of your screen. From the dropdown menu, select Usage overview (2), then check Storage used (3), API calls used per month (4), or Emails sent per month (5).
Usage overview gives you insight on storage used, API calls used per month, and emails sent per month

Know your version!

Private Cloud and On-Premises
Check which software version your Ninox Private Cloud or On-Premises is running.
Find the release by accessing
General settings (1) > Server Administration (2) > Maintenance (3) > Server software version (4).
The Server Maintenance page displays the current version


One login—4 ways to do it

Private Cloud and On-Premises
Both, Private Cloud and On-Premises can make use of 4 authentication strategies for single sign-on.
Configure SSO by accessing
General settings (1) > Server Administration (2) > Configuration (3) > Authentication Strategy (4). Choose between Basic, SAML V2, Open Id, and Active Directory (5).
The Authentication Strategy page offers 4 options for SSO: Basic, SAML, OIDC, and AD DS

Fixed bugs

Pick year and month via vertical scroll

  • To easily navigate across years and months, scroll vertically.

Apps open databases on low-memory devices

iPhone, iPad
  • Opening a database for the first time on a device with low memory causes the iPhone and iPad app to crash.

Displaying relevant releases only

Private Cloud and On-Premises
  • In user management, view previous releases that are relevant for your setup.
    • Previously, release versions and dates that only applied to Public Cloud were also shown for Private Cloud and On-Premises.

Records APIs respect admin user role permissions

Private Cloud
  • APIs now make use of the user role permissions to show data.
  • If a table is protected by admin-only access, a user trying to call a records endpoint needs to be an admin for that table, so that the APIs return data.
  • Otherwise, no data is shown when that user calls a records endpoint in order to protect the table's contents.
Team owners: Make sure to assign the admin role to collaborators working with APIs if your table data is protected by admin permissions.
A table with admin permissions to read, write, create new records, and delete records
Admin role assigned to user by owner

GET retrieves files with special characters in file name

  • GET endpoint can now retrieve a single file when the file name contains any special characters.
    • Previously, GET was returning an Internal Server Error contained special characters like ę.

http function with POST properly sends XML

  • http function with POST sends XML as text/xml.
    • Previously, the function was stringifying XML, i.e., sending it as text/plain instead.

sendEmail() properly sends attachments

  • sendEmail() function successfully sends attachments in triggers and do as server statements.
    • Previously, when used in triggers, the function would not send attachments at all.
    • Also, when used in a do as server statement the function caused the app to crash and return a Server not responding error message.

Fields fixed

  • Appointment field
    • The field now keeps the previously entered time interval.
      • Previously, when a time interval is entered in an Appointment field that is not 1 hour and that field's date was later updated, the field changed the time interval to 1 hour.
  • Radio reference field
    • When using the Radio field, the UI now updates accordingly.
  • Image field
    • Videos can be successfully uploaded to the Image field.

Ninox 3.5 – October 7, 2021

New features

Private Cloud and On-Premises

  • SSO is an Enterprise feature available on request that requires a valid license purchased from Ninox or a certified partner.
  • If you ordered custom-built features like SSO, you are eligible to receive an updated license. Whether you're using Ninox via Private Cloud or On-Premises, reach out to our Product team at [email protected] when you're ready to update.
    • Private Cloud: you request the update, we deploy it
    • On-Premises: you request the update, we send you a link, and you deploy it yourself
  • Configuration of password policy
    • Password strength, such as length, lower/upper case, special characters
    • Password validity/expiry
    • Previous password re-use limit
  • Configuration of default BCC for outbound emails
    • A default BCC for all outbound emails sent via the sendEmail function
    • Do no longer require an explicit BCC to reach the sender
  • Enabling and disabling snapshots/automatic backups
    • Use the Snapshot checkbox


  • Endpoint /records with method DELETE to delete multiple records in a single API call for Public Cloud and Private Cloud
  • Endpoint /exec with method POST to run expressions that can modify the database for Public Cloud and Private Cloud
  • Endpoint /files with method POST to upload and attach files to the Image field for Public Cloud and Private Cloud
  • Zapier integration is available for Private Cloud and On-Premises
    • Easier migration from Public Cloud using Zapier
    • Set up the connection by providing your Personal Access Token and your Private Cloud or On-Premises URLs
    • Zaps set up in the past do not require an update

Redesigned features for the mobile app on iOS and Android

We've redesigned the Ninox mobile app to automatically appear in its optimized form on all devices.
When starting the Ninox 3.5.0 app on your mobile device for the first time, you will be asked whether you want to use the classic or new look. Tap the New button to try out the new design.
The Ninox mobile app automatically reformats the view for all screen sizes so you can easily interact with Ninox no matter whether you're using an iPhone, iPad, or an Android phone or tablet.‌
  • New design for the following features for iOS and Android:
    • Seamlessly log in and out of the mobile app
    • View your team workspace from the main screen
    • Interact with the script editor, e.g., add new functions
    • Create different types of views
    • Switch between your views
    • Share views and files
    • Import files
    • Mark a table Hidden to hide sensitive data from view
    • Specify Readable if, and Writable if for fields
    • Set up Binding and Tooltip for fields
    • Add a Field, Formula, Layout element, Link to, Link from, and Sub-table from the toolbar at the bottom of the screen
    • Add View and Chart via Layout element​

Transactional scripts

  • A new construct do as transaction added to Ninox script
  • Behaves in the same way as do as server
  • Allows a set of code to run within the context of a transaction
  • On mobile apps, do as transaction executes on the client and thus allows for offline-capable transactions
  • Run the script within transactions to achieve faster execution and higher consistency
    • Either apply changes upon successful completion or discard changes if any of the code in the wrapped script fails

Smart caching

  • Improves the consequent loading time of table views and execution of select queries

Option to restart teams

  • Restart teams if they are slow due to a long-running script on the server

Fixed bugs

  • File upload endpoints accept tableName in URL
    • File upload endpoints and all other endpoints now accept tableName in addition to tableId in the URL
  • Trigger after update for memory-bound fields
    • Trigger after update now works for memory-bound fields, i.e., both Global variable in memory as well as Per record in memory
  • urlOf() function in Trigger after update
    • The urlOf() function used in Trigger after update now returns a valid link with a correct database ID
  • databaseId() function in Triggers
    • The databaseId() function used in Triggers now returns the correct database ID instead of random integers
  • Selection in Date field and calendar pop-up functionality
    • The date in the Date field can now be selected and the calendar pop-up remains visible
  • Dynamic choice fields show 0 (zero) value
    • Dynamic choice fields (Single and Multiple) now support absolute 0 (zero) values
    • Instead of record IDs, 0 can be selected in Dynamic choice fields
  • shareFile() function in Triggers
    • When using the shareFile() function in Triggers, some fields were either loading or not returning any values
    • This error has been addressed and the shareFile() function now returns correct values when used in Triggers