I have seen some posts referencing similar pain points, but thought I would try to distill it into one idea post:
Smartsheet is awesome at so many things, but one place where it lags behind other cloud productivity solutions is in its ability to backup, back rev, and implement version control. Yes, you can view history on sheets or cells. Yes, you can schedule weekly workspace csv backups. Yes, you can duplicate a workspace. These are good features, but all can fall short on usability and have limitations. I have several workspaces with more than 100 items and tons of cell links and have yet to find a good way to structure version control and backups for them without having to risk rebuilding a lot of the linking and sharing manually. Something akin to Microsoft 365's ability to go back to a previous version without data and feature loss would be fantastic. As would the ability to copy a workspace with more than 100 items.
I am currently exploring workaround options for this with the API, but a native feature would be so much better for my users!