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October ’19 Wrangler Release — Import and Export of Macros and Firefox Support

October 22, 2019

In July, we unveiled Macros, a new feature that allows you to turn a sequence of steps in Trifacta into a single, customizable step for use in other recipes. In the October ‘19 release of Trifacta Wrangler, you can now export and import these Macros into any deployment of Trifacta with this feature enabled. We have also added beta support for the Firefox browser, supporting Firefox 68 and greater. 

What’s New: 

  • Macro Import/Export
  • Beta support for Mozilla Firefox 68

Macro Import/Export

New in the October ‘19 Wrangler release is the ability to import and export Macros. A Macro is a sequence of recipe steps that you can use as a single, customizable step in other recipes. This recently released feature enables you to simplify the creation of consistent steps across your recipes. 

With the ability to import and export Macros, you can maintain this consistency across all of your Trifacta deployments, create backups and an audit trail for your Macros, post Macros on the Trifacta community, and build up a repository of commonly used Macros, extending the flexibility of Trifacta’s Wrangle language.

 

Mozilla Firefox

The Trifacta application now works with Mozilla Firefox. NOTE: This feature is in Beta release. To download and install version 68 of Mozilla Firefox, click here.

Keep an eye out for new updates in upcoming releases of Trifacta. To try Trifacta for yourself, sign up today at trifacta.com/start-wrangling.

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