PyCharm 2020.1 comes with new Database export features that make exporting data easier. You can now see previews of the data that you want to export, letting you have a quick glance of what the data will look like.
Furthermore, as many of our users prefer to export to Excel files, we’ve also added the ability to export Excel files as well. As a note, there is no preview for Excel, as it is a binary file.
To add to this, PyCharm now lets you save your scripts into configurations, so that you can run them whenever you want to. Not only can you type in the script directly, you can also run a particular SQL file.