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You can track just about any collection of items. Currently, I lead a small group of workers attempting to stage a global prayercast later this month (see the next item). It’s working GREAT to track participants, times, channels, topics, and much more. Try it. You just might like it.

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OK… as I look at that title, I realize — you’re probably saying, “Who needs that?” But think of what you could do with an online multi-user spreadsheet. You could, for example, plan your next event, including due dates, task completion status, budget, and actual expenses and registration income. Because it’s online and multi-user, it would be easy to share and update everyone on your event team, remote colleagues, and key vendors. And what if you haven’t yet settled on a CRM software yet. Use SmartSheet to keep track of inquirers for your next short-term trip, or applicants for your org. And with full gantt chart tracking capabilities, you could use it for dated phases in your building project or even as your org strategy planning and tracking app. You could even use it as your daily task manager, if you like. Learn more at…

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Note that with the less expensive plans, you’re limited on creators for spreadsheets, but once they’re created, you’ll enjoy unlimited users. Think about that: Unlimited users… with Gantt charts, web forms, and mobile viewing.

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