I would like to be able to create a graph that show forecasted percent complete over time (assuming activities are completed on time). This is daily and in the future. I assume this could be a report
I have a master spreadsheet that details the progress of a project. I'm in the process of rolling all the information on that sheet into another that consolidates anywhere from 1-100 lines (check boxes) into a single line. The example below shows an example of 3 check boxes.
That being said, I'm
My team has a master project list for the year. Some of the projects include ongoing projects (newsletters, web maintenance) that we marked as a due date of 12/31/19. Others may take a week or a month.
When I turned on the resource allocation tool, I noticed that everyone was majorly over
I shared a report with a customer. When the customer opens the report it is blank. It doesnt show any of the data?
I tried sending a link to the report as well. Still nothing in the report.
The customer setup a username and password.
Im obviously missing something. Any ideas as to why the data
I have a sheet with a lot of information
I want a particular person to be able to access a subset of that information. I therefore created a report which includes exactly what i want them to be able to see.
I tested sending a link to the report to an external address but when i log in as that
I'm trying to find a way to automate my Reports. I want to create a Report that uses an entire folder under Data. So that when I add a new sheet to that Folder the Report automatically updates and I don't have to modify the Report after every new sheet. Another automation I would like to do
In the available columns to display in a report, there is no option to show the row number of the record from the source sheet. Is there any alternative way to accomplish this? If not, can Smartsheet team please add this to the feature enhancements?
Use case: I am displaying several tasks from a
Can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. The horizontal axis won't let me scale to data values - option is grayed out so all the values are pushed to the top. In the first column the 86 should be in the blue, the 7 is for the red and the 30 should be in the orange.
The vertical axis allows for