Last week, we dove deep into explaining how conditional formulas work. This week, we’ll step out of the weeds and look at the bigger picture, in particular some subtle features in Smartsheet that are related to your Internet browser selection.
The to do list. We’ve all got (at least) one. Having a well-crafted to do list can be an incredibly helpful tool when it comes to managing your time and workload. They can be as simple or complex as you’d like – it doesn't matter what type of work you do, there's always a place for a this resource.
Smartsheet can do a variety of different formulas, and using them in your sheets can save you quite a bit of time. There are a number of different ways that you can incorporate formulas into your workflow. A few weeks ago, we explained how to use a formula to count checkboxes.
At the end of February, we updated our Smartsheet iOS app in the Apple app store. This week, we want to take a few minutes to tell you a little more about our mobile app, and give you a few ideas to take on the road with you that complement the power of Smartsheet on your desktop.
A few months ago, we added online training sessions to our list of resources to help you become more familiar with Smartsheet’s capabilities. It’s been great to have the opportunity to work with many of you, answer your questions, and help you get your teams up and running.
Last week, we walked through some suggestions for using Update Requests to save time and communicate with your team.
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A few months ago, we launched the Smartsheet iPhone app, which makes it even easier to take Smartsheet on the road. Since the launch, we've been working hard to make improvements and add additional features, keeping in mind your valuable feedback.
Last week, we introduced how to use the Checkbox Formula in your sheets to automatically count data points and save time. This week, we're covering some strategies for collecting status information from internal and external teams using Update Requests.
Last week we introduced a few ideas for keeping your completed tasks organized. This week, we’re taking organization to the next level by walking you through a way to use the checkbox formula to stay on top of things in Smartsheet.