Copycats rejoice! This week we have tons of tips for copying information in Smartsheet. Saving time and ensuring continuity are two of the biggest benefits to duplicating information in the app, and you have many options at your fingertips to do so. Whether you want to copy the big picture or just a small detail, we’ve got you covered with five different methods to copy information:
Today marks what would have been Stephen Covey’s 81st birthday. He was an educator, businessman, and the author of several books. His most popular book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, has sold more than 25 million copies worldwide since it was first published in 1989.
In September, I did it – as part of Disaster Preparedness month, I finally put together my own disaster kit. Assembling my emergency water, blankets, and mapping out my evacuation routes got me thinking -- not so much about natural disasters, but about staying one step ahead of the worst case scenario.
Twitter can be a great tool, but as a busy project manager you may not have the time to identify the most valuable people and organizations to follow for your work. So to help you out, we’ve done the work for you.
One of the most popular features in Smartsheet is the ability to attach, access and share files in the context of your work. Gone are the days of leaving the office, walking in your front door, and suddenly realizing the file you need to work on is saved on your desktop – at work.
It's that point in the meeting that all project managers dread. The moment when all eyes turn to you, and the Big Kahuna (aka the CEO, the Chairman of the Board, the VP of Marketing) basically says, "This cluster is falling on your head."
Maybe it's not a literal beheading that you receive, but it's definitely nothing good for your career.
How many times have you been advised against reinventing the wheel? When you find something that works, this age old wisdom always rings true – it’s most efficient to stick with a proven method.
To celebrate the launch of the new and improved Smartsheet web forms last spring, we asked you to tell us how you’re using web forms in exchange for some cupcakes and a little mad money. So many stories came in -- and what we heard is that web forms are pretty life changing.
While it may feel easier to start planning a project with a kick off date, many of us need to work backwards from an end date or goal. Otherwise, how can you ensure everything gets done before that big presentation, event or rollout?
Sharing is one of those skills that you learn before you even hit Kindergarten… and it never loses importance. Whether you’re splitting your turkey sandwich or adding a new collaborator to your project plan sheet, sharing follows you wherever you go – especially in Smartsheet.