SeaTable 1.6 out now!

We launch the new year with a new SeaTable release: We updated to version 1.6. SeaTable 1.6 is loaded with great new features and improvements. These are the highlights from our perspective:

  • Two new column types: The duration column stores durations and supports the formats h:mm and h:mm:ss. The new column type will prove invaluable when you handle and organize time measurements in SeaTable. Needless to say what the email column is for. This new column type proves its worth in web forms where its built-in validation ensures that inputs are valid email addresses.

  • Improved formula wizard: The formula wizard has seen functional, design, and usability improvements. Four new functions, three of which are dedicated to the handling of dates, have been added. The wizard provides more helpful error messages when a formula is invalid and, most importantly, the wizard now comes in a non-modal design.

  • Asset management: You can now access SeaTable’s storage backend right from the web interface. You can browse the assets and remove individual files. This way, you can remove these assets permanently from a base.

For more details on these and the many other improvements packed into SeaTable 1.6, have a look at the Release Note.
For a detailed list of all major and minor changes in the new version, visit the Changelog.

In a few days, we’ll also update the docker image on Docker Hub. Check back soon!

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Great news!
Waiting for the docker image now.
Will the new self-hosted SeaTable version 1.6 have the ability to run Python scripts?

Hi vaavdeev, welcome to the SeaTable Forum.
The answer to your question depends on the SeaTable Edition your are talking about. The SeaTable Developer Edition (formerly called SeaTable Community Edition) does not support Python Scripts. From a functional point of view, the Developer Edition is equivalent to the Free subscription on
The Enterprise Edition though supports Python scripts. The Enterprise Edition is not free of charge.
We’ll update the pricing site shortly to a.) reflect the name change of the Developer Edition and b.) make the functional differences clearer.

I was talking about the version on Docker Hub, probably it’s Developer Edition?
It was told that “Running Python script in not supported yet in self-hosted version” in another topic about version 1.4, so I hoped maybe it is supported now in version 1.6.