As you approach 401 Bleeker Street in New York City, the air will inevitably be filled with the sweet smells of cupcakes, cookies, pies and other baked goods. It’s not really a common smell in a big city like New York, except that this is the original location of the world-famous Magnolia Bakery. Faced with widespread, international growth, Bobbie Lloyd, Chief Baking Officer, had to come up with a strategy. How would they accomplish global expansion, opening up a string of new stores in a variety of far flung locations, while still keeping the home-baked feel that Magnolia Bakery was known for?
The ability to print out a row in Smartsheet can be quite handy when you need to work offline or take specific details to status meetings. Currently, you can export a single row into PDF; however, the row is displayed the same way you see it in the sheet, with the columns dispersed horizontally. This often forces the PDF to span across multiple pages even though the majority of the pages are blank, resulting in formatting that is far from ideal. A more optimal way to view the row would be to print it out in a “Web form” style layout. This allows you to see the row details in a field-over-field, vertical layout, similar to what you see when you open the “Edit Row” form.
Wouldn’t it be so much easier to connect your business analytics and data visualization tools? No more scrambling around to update various spreadsheets or project tools with data pulled from other apps? With Smartsheet, now you can do just that.
Most project managers are familiar with the Gantt chart, a visual timeline to track projects and see how tasks relate to each other. But, how much do you know about the man who invented this popular project management technique?
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