GIT VERSION CONTROL FOR EXCEL

XLTRAIL INTEGRATES WITH GIT TO VISUALIZE CHANGES IN EXCEL WORKBOOKS

XLTRAIL PICKS UP WHERE GIT LEFT OFF

  • Integrates with Git
  • See who changed what and when
  • Supports xls, xlsx, xlsm, xlsb, xla etc.
  • Shows changes in cells and VBA code
  • Simple, server based installation
  • No Excel addins required
  • Install behind your firewall or in the cloud
  • Works with Windows, Mac and Linux

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY

xltrail has helped us to regain control over our mission critical workbook. When something breaks, xltrail can often point us to the offending VBA code in moments what took considerably longer before - thanks to the ability to diff VBA code.

thumb Bendri Batti
Head of IT, Tom Capital

xltrail is the best and the only out of the box solution for Excel source control that fully integrates with Git! No more work-arounds with exporting/importing VBA modules or maintaining versioned copies of the same document. With the on-premise installation, we were able to get xltrail up and running in no time. It has been an absolute life saver and enabled our development to move at a much faster pace than ever before while preserving our sanity. If you need integrated source control for Excel, look no further!

thumb Natalya Arbit
Software Developer, ExactBid

FEATURES

Excel is flexible, can easily be integrated with other systems and doesn't require advanced programming knowledge. Often though, tactical workbooks grow and become critical to your company's business processes. xltrail is an enterprise solution that helps you stay in control of your Excel workbooks by tracking changes and allowing you to visualize the differences between two versions - without getting in your way.




Track changes in cells and VBA code

xltrail integrates with Git to give you the same power over VBA code that you are used to from other programming languages: Easily diff VBA code changes without having to export the modules.

This also works with your spreadsheets: See new or deleted columns/rows and changes within cell values or formulas. You can click from one change to the other, so you can be sure you don't miss the one change at the very bottom of your sheet.




Audit trail for Microsoft Excel

xltrail lists all Git commits that were changing the Excel workbook. Go back in time and download past versions of your workbooks.

While systems like GitHub, BitBucket and GitLab only allow you to download the raw Excel file, xltrail allows you to easily see the content of your workbook: See who changed what for both sheets and VBA modules.