Whether you are a die-hard soccer nut, or just love any excuse for friendly competition, the 2014 World Cup is the perfect opportunity to organize a fun pool for your colleagues, family, and friends.
Depending on how many projects you’re involved in and the size of your team, there’s a good chance you have quite a few sheets in Smartsheet to keep you on track. Workspaces and folders are great tools to help you stay organized, but what if you want to quickly search across all of the sheets you own and pull key information together in one spot?
It has been fascinating to watch the explosive growth of Smartsheet throughout companies big and small.
You’ve probably heard about the serious OpenSSL Heartbleed security hole and the related patches hitting servers today. We wanted to take a minute and explain a few things. Most importantly, after our Security Team fully audited the situation, we are confident the Smartsheet systems and your data are not affected.
One of the reasons so many teams love Smartsheet is that it looks like a familiar spreadsheet, with tons of brilliant collaboration features layered in. While there are many differences between Smartsheet and other online spreadsheets, one of the biggest (and often overlooked) differences with Smartsheet is the power built into the different column types available in each sheet.
Have you ever wondered who works behind the scenes at Smartsheet? This blog post is the first in a new series which aims to give our readers a sneak peek at what really goes on here at The Sheet. We’re a fast-growing team that enjoys Fancy Fridays, March Madness, and an afternoon jaunt to the nearby food truck for lunch.
Spring has sprung in our corner of the world, which means it’s time for that annual deep clean. Spring cleaning is traditionally an opportunity to bust out our kitchen sponges and give our homes a good scrub from top to bottom. The days are getting longer and we have more energy to cross tasks off our to-do lists.
Overall, spring cleaning is a great time for...
“My definition of success is seeing things happen just as we planned them,” said Marc Klein.
My 6th grade son came home from school last week, agonizing about a group project that’s due later in the semester. “I always end up doing all the work and <insert slacker kid’s name here> will pretend he’s doing things – and we both get the same grade. I hate team projects.”
Web forms are a great way to quickly gather information from others directly into a sheet.