The number of task management, work tracking and collaboration products has skyrocketed in the last few years. Organizations adopt them in droves and then find themselves in application hell as different teams use different systems. Trying to coordinate the data stored in all these different tools is a nightmare.
It’s a struggle for many companies to continually innovate, but for large enterprises in particular, it’s especially difficult. It's not so simple to “switch gears.” With more people, competitors, market pressures and processes in place, it gets harder and harder to shift to a new, innovative direction.
Smartsheet Data Tracker is a command line Python application that updates an existing sheet with data from multiple external sources (essentially, a one-way sync). It uses JSON config files for connection settings as well as the data mappings between Smartsheet and those external sources.
It’s been nearly a year since we announced the arrival of the Smartsheet API – and today we’re excited to take our next step in extending Smartsheet functionality.
Today we announced the launch of Smartsheet Labs - a place to try out new, experimental features built with the Smartsheet API. One of these new Labs app is Smartsheet Charts, an easy way to chart or graph your Smartsheet data.
Many of you have requested this capability so that you can do things like:
Today’s the day! Smartsheet Labs is live and we’ve got two exciting, brand new apps for you to test out, both great resources help you take a more visual spin on the information your team is tracking in Smartsheet.
Applying formulas to your sheets is an effective way to automate actions and calculations. Smartsheet supports a number of formulas including some of the basics like numeric, logic, text and date formulas to some more complex, advanced formulas.
At Smartsheet, we’re always looking for ways to help you manage work more efficiently.
The Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) is the world’s largest association for the language industry.
While the professionals get ready for the biggest bowl game in the NFL, the days leading up to the Super Bowl for us normal folks are filled with plans for elaborate appetizers, friendly game-day bets, and HR bending the company dress policy to allow employees to sport their team’s jerseys.