17 Practical FileMaker Secrets

eBook: 17 Practical FileMaker Secrets

Experienced FileMaker developers have picked up a lot of tips and tricks for working efficiently and effectively with their FileMaker solutions. In this eBook, we detail some features and techniques that you should find useful for your own FileMaker development.

We would be surprised if you didn’t know any of these but likewise surprised if you knew them all.

Enjoy the read.

What people are saying about 17 Practical FileMaker Secrets

Thank you for the great collection of FileMaker tips.
I have been developing in FileMaker for over 20 years, but managed to find one new useful tip (the shift-Enter one). It doesn’t matter if you know the other 17, that one tip you learn can save you a lot over time!
It’s also a great learning resource for new team members and a refresher for everyone else. We sometimes forget things we knew and lose out as a result.

Dan R., Canada

As an inhouse Filemaker developer, a big part of my learning is finding inspiration & tips on the web. For that uLearnIT is great – just got some very useful tips to improve my daily work!

Matts A., Sweden

Learned something new.
Tips 11 and 18 (yes 18) are wonderful (and dangerous)

Julio T., USA

Thank you for sharing!
I like 1, 2, 5 and 11 a lot

barand, USA


2 thoughts on “eBook: 17 Practical FileMaker Secrets”

  1. Peter Hinchliffe

    Thank you for the 17 Practical FileMaker Secrets. I was surprised and happy that I already know about, and am mostly using about 15 of them. A couple of welcome surprises though – I knew about the the trick involving quote marks, but I hadn’t discovered that it also extends to parentheses. Grateful for that. The best tip for me, though, is the trick about assigning an icon to a solution file. This is a trick I did NOT know about, and have been searching for an answer to this for for a long time, so thanks for that.

    Keep ’em coming…

    1. Hi Peter
      Thanks for taking the time to reply. You have a great hit rate on the secrets!
      It has been interesting to hear which one’s people have discovered.
      More to come 🙂
      Cheers, David

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