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    Todd Levinson commented  · 

    I found the documentation which answers my questions about grouping, but I've been thinking a bit about why I never found the help or tried to look for it and just kept progressing through trial and error.

    At the same time, once I discovered you could create column formulas, I read the documentation and familiarized myself a bit before I started working on it and the experience was better and smoother.

    I think, because the automations are a GUI, I had a higher expectation of usability/transparency into how they work. My expectation was that I could figure out how to use them without needing to go to the documentation. Maybe this is an error on my part.

    Still, I think the UI for creating automations doesn't provide enough feedback and transparency into how each automation effects the output or previous or subsequent automations.

    To be clear, I really like structures, and now that I understand how to use them, they have saved me tons of time and duplicated effort. It just seems like it should have been easier to get up to speed.

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    Thanks :)

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    Todd Levinson commented  · 

    I work at financial technology company and am responsible for a product that uses Monaco to help people create and edit queries in Excel using a custom, domain-specific query language. Monaco is really powerful and very flexible and the out of the box functionality is really good in terms of custom language/syntax support.

    We've also had some very demanding UX requirements. Changing the visual design is easy, but we had to implement a customized version of the autocomplete to be consistent with our design patterns for autocomplete across all our products. This was harder and a bit more costly, but we were able to create a customized contrib of the autocomplete to handle all the additional logic we needed. We are also sharing our version of the editor across teams, so it can be used wherever this type of query editing is needed.

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