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.
It’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.
Due to its flexibility and scalability, Smartsheet is often a go-to solution for Systems Integrators (SI) helping their clients streamline and standardize business processes. Smartsheet will be sharing stories from our SI partners, currently in 16 countries around the world.
It’s the list-making time of year, the time when people are thinking about fresh starts, big plans and even bigger wins. So here, just in time for your New Years resolution list, is the unofficial Smartsheet guide to upping your project management game in 2014.
This week, I had the opportunity to talk with one of the most efficient managers I’ve ever met. I was interested in learning how he and his team keep everything organized and on track as they head into the busiest time of the year. In his world, nothing - NOTHING - can fall through the cracks. Delays in product delivery simply can’t happen.
Today, the Smartsheet and Google relationship got a little bit stronger with the launch of our Chrome App in the Chrome Web Store. The Smartsheet app launches directly from your taskbar – outside of the Chrome browser – for easy, fast access.
Do you ever feel like you’re spending too much time reminding your team of upcoming due dates? This week, we’ll show you how to automate reminders and customize individual due dates, otherwise known as Recurring Reminders (reminders that persist until a task is marked complete).
Marketers are peppered with questions all day long. “Did that event generate leads?”, “How’s the ad campaign progressing?”, “Has legal approved that copy?”, “Did you get feedback from the client?”, "What are the event hours?".
Spreadsheets are supposed to help you organize and track information, so you can see your work accurately and act on it accordingly. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work out that way.
Traditional project management is borne of the IT and manufacturing worlds, where monitoring resources and personnel hours are the key to success. But what happens when you apply project management techniques to the creative world of ad agencies and marketing firms, where the product is images and ideas?