My colleagues and I have a large database containing information regarding suppliers. I need to share the information that is relevant to each supplier, with that supplier. I can obviously run a report to pull the data out based on 'Supplier' column in our sheet, as there are a large number
I have approximately 50 users that routinely review and update the data in columns in my SmartSheet. However, for 3 columns in my sheet, I need to restrict 47 of my 50 members from being able to update the data in those specific columns. The rest of the sheet can be updated by any user.
One of my clients is reluctant to use SmartSheets because she claims that when I share access and a certain amount of time has passed that she is required to purchase a subscription to SmartSheets. Is this true? I cannot find any documentation that supports this.
When we send a message to users while sharing a sheet, the email used to display the carriage returns and paragraph breaks. Now, it lumps the sentences together and they look like run-on ideas. See screenshot.
After performing a search I ran across many others users running into shared reports showing up as blank pages. I tried the solution I ran across and assured that the user also had access to the sheet the report was made from. And still I am seeing a blank report. Was this ever corrected
I need to manage information pertaining to a client (single row per client) that contains three different types of information used by three different users. The sheet has formula that I want to continue down the sheet automatically. Because we are using webforms to register new client