Last weekend, we performed a datacenter fail-over exercise to validate our disaster recovery capabilities. As a result, today (Monday April 15th), some of our customers experienced application performance issues related to the core application, reporting, collaboration features, and workflow rules.
Is there a work-around here for this situation?
Customer has a single workspace of more than 100 objects.
At the root level they have a half-dozen or so folders and about 20 Sheets/Reports/Templates.
Under each folder, there are one or more folders and one or more objects.
The limit on
I have a report in which I want the stakeholders to be able to update the start and end dates that are used for resource scheduling on the report and not the Smartsheet with all the raw data.
We can modify the start date but not the end date. Is there something preventing this from happening? I
In the reports I've used so far a new row is created for each sheet data is pulled from. Is there a way of combining the results on one row where the primary column is the same?
For example, if I have project RAG status in Sheet1 and project financials in Sheet2, and both sheets have the