If you’ve ever worked with – or for – a PR agency, you’ve seen what happens on the frontlines. In an effort to shape and deliver programs that positively position their clients, there’s a constant juggling of assignments, people, timelines and projects.
One liners are the essence of comedic efficiency and are the hallmark of such comedy legends as Rodney Dangerfield, George Carlin, and Groucho Marx. Very few things are as satisfying as a finely crafted joke packed into one sentence. Here at Smartsheet, our current favorite one-liner came from the team at Precise Biometrics.
When it comes to compliance, Paul Silva knows his stuff. He wrangles with guiding three financial institutions of differing size, complexity and risk though the processes. While at times he feels like he’s herding cats (or in his case, three herds of cats - yikes!), Smartsheet helps him stay sane, and his clients’ making progress.
We’re all managers in some aspect of our lives – whether it’s coordinating a product launch, supervising an international team or planning the school auction – we all have important responsibilities to track.
We work hard to make our product’s powerful, distinctive feature set seem instantly familiar and easy for anyone. This poses a number of complex design challenges for our team. We know many of you face similar obstacles each day – whether you create software, medical equipment or skyscrapers, you share our challenge of turning style, specs, and execution into a successful product.
I can't wait until tomorrow...'cause I get better looking every day. – Joe Namath
As a commuter from Seattle to the Smartsheet office in Bellevue, I spend quite a bit of time in our city’s increasingly famous traffic. Each morning, I grab my coffee, head to my car, turn up the radio and prepare to do battle with the 520 bridge and my fellow road warriors.
Open wide! Smartsheet’s web forms are perfect for feeding information directly into your sheet. There’s no end to the types of information you can collect: IT support tickets, resumes, leads from an event, survey feedback, sales orders and expense reports are only the beginning.
Managing work in spreadsheets can quickly get out of control as sheets get wider and wider when every new item associated with your work deserves a new column. Soon you’re scrolling horizontally as much as vertically.
How can we tighten the sheet up and make it more usable?