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Customer Spotlight: Brivo Labs

Kelly Anthony's blog - Jan 22 2014 - 10:41am - 2 comments

What does it take to entice an Excel addict away from their Microsoft ways? The allure of real-time access... perhaps redefining “efficiency” or taking teamwork to the cutting edge.

Tips from Support: How to Manage Vacation Schedules with Resource Management

Kelly Anthony's blog - Jan 21 2014 - 4:23pm - Add new comment

Using Smartsheet to manage human resource tasks and processes helps many companies stay organized and efficient.  From tracking candidates and organizing the interview process, to new employee onboarding and performance review planning – Smartsheet is a great way to manage it all.

5 Quotes About Leadership From Inspirational Leaders

Keri Imrisek's blog - Jan 20 2014 - 9:02am - Add new comment

QuoteToday we honor Martin Luther King Jr., one of the greatest civil rights leaders of our time. Here in the United States and abroad, individuals remember the values he promoted and the work he did to advance the civil rights movement. One of Martin Luther King Jr.’s most inspiring attributes was his skill in leadership.

How to Create a Content Calendar

Kelly Anthony's blog - Jan 14 2014 - 11:18am - 2 comments

Content calendarIf creating great content to drive inbound traffic is part of your marketing strategy, having an efficient way to manage your content calendar is a must. You need a way to plan the content in alignment with business goals, coordinate and communicate with your team as well as external content providers, and have easy visibility into the big picture.

Tips from Support: How to Use a Lag Day in Your Project Plan

Kelly Anthony's blog - Jan 14 2014 - 11:16am - 2 comments

Proper planning and task timelines are key ingredients for any successful project plan, and lag days are helpful in customizing your plans when dependencies are enabled.  When you’re using predecessors and dependencies, lag days are another key piece of the Smartsheet project management tool set to know a little something about.  

3 Steps to a More Effective Work Plan

Kelly Anthony's blog - Jan 8 2014 - 3:50pm - Add new comment

TargetWhen planning a project, it's easy for all the details to slow you down and complicate the process. Simplifying the planning phase of a project can be a real life saver when it comes to keeping your eye on the prize - and get you there quickly and accurately.

7 Ways to Use Smartsheet to Be More Efficient in 2014

Kelly Anthony's blog - Jan 7 2014 - 2:05pm - Add new comment

It’s here! A new year and fresh opportunity to set goals for yourself and your team.  In a recent survey, we asked some of our customers to share their top goals for 2014.  What we found echoed my goals for myself this year: to become more efficient (TVID: 1AF-5D9-9E6).

Tips from Support: When to Use Milestones in Your Project Plan

Kelly Anthony's blog - Jan 7 2014 - 10:11am - 6 comments

Life is full of milestones – and so are projects.  When planning a project, aside from laying out the tasks that take you from beginning to end, you’re inevitably going to want to mark key dates along the way.  One easy way to do this is through the use of a diamond shaped symbol in your Gantt chart, the milestone.

Resource Management Is Here!

Jenny Gruening's blog - Dec 19 2013 - 10:15pm - 3 comments

Today we’re thrilled to announce Resource Management is now part of the project management toolset in Smartsheet. Resource Management is one of our most popular enhancement requests and we’re excited to fill this need.

Top 10 Support Tips from 2013

Kelly Anthony's blog - Dec 19 2013 - 11:34am - Add new comment

Light BulbIt’s hard to believe 2014 is almost here! A fresh year brings with it new opportunities to stay organized and boost productivity. To help you get ready to tackle the new year, we're counting down our most popular tips from 2013. Everything from snazzy formatting tricks to step-by-step instructions for building out complex formulas, these 10 valuable tips deserve another look.