Adding formulas into your sheets builds really powerful automation into your processes. While it's fun to build complex formulas, today we'd like to take some time to tell you about the little things: our favorite shortcuts. These simple tricks take just seconds, and can make repetitive tasks so much easier.
Let’s start with some keyboard shortcuts:
Guest blogger, IT/Project Management consultant and author Brad Egeland, explores the good and the bad of remote team members:
A few weeks ago, we covered the basics of using Update Requests to collaborate with others. This week, we'll take these concepts a couple steps further and explain a more advanced way to automate these reminders with an approach that you can tailor to your team and processes: conditional reminders.
A number of our customers have reached out to us in the last 48 hours asking about our position on the Cyber Intelligence Sharing Protection Act (CISPA). We have deep resevations about legislation that seeks to limit privacy protections currently available to our customers. As a service provider the trust we have earned with our customers is of paramount importance and fundamental to their success and ours.
From Elizabeth Harrin: It’s a rare luxury these days to have your whole project team in the same location. In fact, I don’t remember the last time I managed a project where all the team members sat in the same office.
Since our latest Smartsheet update, you may have noticed your Gantt charts are even more customizable – we’ve added new Gantt chart bar colors. Now, with 40 different colors at your fingertips to choose from, it’s even easier to turn your Gantt charts into a vibrant, compelling visual story.
It's easy to give lots of blog coverage to shiny and exciting new features, like our iOS app or enhancements to Web Forms (spoiler alert!). Today we put the spotlight on the work we are doing to improve the experience for our enterprise customers.
From Robert Kelly, PMP: Recently, Nike took heat over their Tiger Woods Winning Takes Care of Everything advertisement. I understand why folks were taken back by this, but I couldn’t help thinking how this type of reaction occurs in project management as well.
The three words everyone loves to hear: You’re being audited! Ok, maybe not so much. But there are ways you can survive with just minor paper cuts or a couple (more) gray hairs.