Welcome to Spreadsheet.com, where you can manage any kind of work.
What is Spreadsheet.com?
Whether you’re managing a multi-million dollar construction project, leading a team of software developers, compiling a database of customer contacts, tracking dozens of potential new clients through a sales pipeline, or just managing your personal life day-to-day, Spreadsheet.com helps you create solutions that work the way you do.
Spreadsheet.com combines the familiarity of traditional spreadsheets with the power of an easy-to-use database and project management system, no-code automations, integrations with third-party applications, real-time updates, and powerful collaboration tools.
If you’ve used Excel, Google Sheets, or any other spreadsheet or project management software in the past, most of the features and terms in Spreadsheet.com will make sense to you.
All of Spreadsheet.com’s powerful project management and database features are built on top of a familiar grid, so you can get started right away. Things like functions and formulas, rows, columns, and cells all work much the same way in Spreadsheet.com as they do in other software. Some other features may not be as familiar, like:
A workspace is a place for organizing your work and collaborating with as many people as you want. Workspaces can have one or multiple users, and Spreadsheet.com users can belong to multiple workspaces.
A View lets you visualize and work with data in different ways, from performing simple sorting and filtering to turning a task list into a fully-featured Gantt chart. A worksheet can have multiple Views that are all working with a single set of underlying data, so that changes to data made in one View are reflected in others.
An automation is a “recipe” that will automatically perform one or more actions based on the occurrence of a trigger. An automation might be used to automatically send an email once a deal is marked as closed, or to notify a team when a deadline is approaching. Automations are user-configurable and don’t require any code.
An integration is a connection between Spreadsheet.com and a third-party application like Slack or Gmail. Integrations work hand in hand with automations so that Spreadsheet.com triggers can cause actions in other applications. Spreadsheet.com also connects with Zapier so you can connect your workbooks with thousands of other applications.
When you first create a Spreadsheet.com account, you will automatically create your first workspace, in which you can create new folders, workbooks, and other types of documents.
Learn More: Spreadsheet.com Resources
This Quick Start Guide will help you master key Spreadsheet.com concepts so you can work efficiently, effectively, and collaboratively. But there’s a lot more to Spreadsheet.com than can be covered in a handful of articles. Take a look at these resources to learn more about Spreadsheet.com:
- Help Center – The Help Center has articles about every Spreadsheet.com feature; search for topics to find solutions
- Spreadsheet.com Guides – Explore use cases, case studies, and deep dives into Spreadsheet.com features
- Community – Interact with other Spreadsheet.com users and members of our team; ask questions, find solutions, and see what new features are on our roadmap
Next, we’ll take a look at the Spreadsheet.com homepage where you can view all of your workspaces, create new documents, access resources, and more.