When You Run Out of Sheets?
I find it frustrating the answer to this IMO obvious question for any potential new user isn't front and center in a FAQ. We've tried SmartSheet several times over the years, loved it every single time, but quickly gave up on it because of the crazy pricing structure where a user can only have 50 sheets (or whatever based on the plan).
It's not just that it's a crazy pricing structure, it's that it would seem to require endless work exporting and/or backing up sheets. Nothing I can find int he FAQ seems to address this elephant in the room (it tells how to export or backup but never discusses running out of sheets etc.)
I'm curious how other users deal with this? It seems like such a mess to me. Even the export process seems messed up, if I export to G Suite it just seems to dump the file in my personal drive. Then I would have to move it to where i want it in drive, then delete the original smartsheet so I don't use up all my sheets?!
Has anyone automated this process? Or do most of you have enterprise accounts (which we cannot afford) so you don't have to deal with this?
Lastly, if Smartsheet answers, why isn't there a simple way to just archive a sheet? It seems like the limitations would be perfectly reasonable is you just allowed users to archive their old sheets, yet I cannot find an archive option.
Thanks for any advice.