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Smartsheet is an intuitive online collaboration tool that is redefining how teams collaborate on projects and tasks including everything from managing operations to tracking marketing campaigns to planning events.

Its familiar and easy to use spreadsheet-like interface, coupled with file sharing, Gantt charts, and work automation features have helped Smartsheet quickly grow into a favorite business app for productivity. Today, Smartsheet is used by tens of thousands businesses across over 100 countries, from small and medium-sized companies to Fortune 500 enterprises.

It’s a top-ranked app in the Google Application Marketplace and is integrated with leading web services such as Google Drive, Salesforce, Box, and VMWare’s Zimbra email.

Smartsheet’s cloud worksheets redefine how teams collaborate on projects and tasks. The web-based tools combines a familiar spreadsheet-like interface with file sharing, automated workflows, Gantt charts, sub-tasks, dependencies and more.

– Attach and collaborate on project tasks, files & discussions
– Automated email notifications, reminders & updates
– Switch instantly between Grid, Gantt, and Calendar views
– Summary reports across sheets
– Access via mobile and tablet devices
– Seamless Google Apps/Drive integration

Instantly turn your Google Spreadsheet, Excel or MS Project file into an online project, complete with file attachments and threaded discussions on any row. Get more done with an easy to use tool that keeps everything in context.

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