I am wondering people's experiences creating project plans that include separate estimating and tracking of effort versus schedule. A simple case has a task done full time, with full resourcing, with no delays or wait times. In this case, the Smartsheet "duration" works fine for both
I'm creating a project schedule for the design and build of a new restaurant. The only concrete date that I know is the Tender date which is part way through the schedule. I filled out all the tasks and entered in the durations and predecessors for all the tasks. The problem is if I enter the date
I have a sheet where we are tracking time allocated to various projects. Each web-form submitted project is then given a parent/child relationship with the child row being the submitted info and the parent being the summary view of all the children by the same project name.
Does anyone know how to customize a form? Or are we stuck with the basic layout that shows up. We have several forms that clients fill out when they want to request a new report, report changes, Troubleshooting.
I have created 3 smartsheets, 1 for each- and would like to have the
I just recently setup some sheets to help with payroll which tracks piece work (we're a manufacturing shop). They input the date they did the work and the number of pieces (I've built a sheet with every single part on it and put their respective price per part that calculates the total for
I have a set of tasks which i requested my team to update once a week. In order to remind them, i want to setup reminders so that they receive email once a week. I saw someone telling to create report and setup reminders. But, i could not figure it out. Request for help here.
I have a balanced scoresheet. I'd like to have the header "Business Development" Status circle turn from red to yellow to green as the tasks below it are completed. For each task, I set the measurement as "completed" and it turns the Status cell green. Once 1/3 of the status cells are green, I'd