Improvements to Sharing, Filters, and Enterprise Controls
We’ve just released new features in Smartsheet that focus on improving sheet sharing with a default view, added a button to enable and disable your applied filter, and improved our Enterprise-level domain whitelisting feature. We've also renamed our Basic plan to Individual.
Note that the referenced Help Center articles below will be updated with information on the new features on December 16th.
Let’s take a look at these new features:
Set a Default View for a Sheet—It’s now possible to customize the sheet’s view (Grid, Gantt, Card, or Calendar) and applied filter that collaborators will see when they open the sheet. More information on this will soon be available in our article on Sharing Sheets.
User Request for Whitelist (Enterprise feature)—If your Enterprise plan has the security control in place to only allow sharing with certain email addresses or domains, you can now implement a method for users to more easily send a request to whitelist an email address or domain for sharing. Details on this feature will soon be made available in our Security Controls article.
Filter Usability Improvements—You can now toggle filters on and off with the click of a button.
Plan Name Change—We’ve renamed the Basic plan to Individual in order to better reflect the single-user nature of the plan type. This name change will soon be reflected on our Pricing page and in the product (for example when you click Account > Account Admin). For more specifics about the plan change, see Basic Plan Name Changed to Individual.
An overview of new features, plus a list of bugs fixed in this release, will be publicly available later this week on our Release Notes site: https://www.smartsheet.com/release-notes
You can try out these new features in Smartsheet today!