To celebrate the release of Smartsheet’s smarter web forms we’re asking you to give our new features a test drive then tell us how you use Smartsheet web forms. You may win one of five American Express $100 gift cards!
Last Saturday, Smartsheet released some amazing upgrades to our already popular web forms. To help mark the occassion we reached out to some of the Internet's top marketers, designers and usability experts and asked them to share their advice with you. The response was phenomenal.
Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night, suddenly panicked that you've forgotten to take care of something at work? You go in to the office the next day with the same nagging feeling – was that request emailed to you? Or was it a conversation you had with a colleague at your desk? Sorting through a scattered process is a real-life nightmare, stressful to say the least.
Smarter, Easier Web Forms: Our Latest Smartsheet Release. Today, we’re excited to announce that Smartsheet's web forms, one of our most popular features, are now supercharged! They’re easier to create and more customizable, giving you the power to take action on information you collect.
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.