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Google Rolls Out Timeline View To Track Project In Sheets

Google Workspace is rolling out an interactive timeline view for small businesses and their teams to be able to track projects in Sheets. The company says that it began gradual rollout on November 2 for Rapid Release domains while Scheduled Release domains will start seeing the feature on November 16.

With info like task start and end date, description, and owner on a visual layer displays, it will be easy to use Google Sheets to follow up with your team on projects.

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Team members can easily interact with project information, making it easier to manage activities like marketing campaigns, project milestones, schedules, collaboration with other teams and more.

Also, when you click on a card in the timeline, you can see more info about the project in the sidebar. As the GIF in the tweet shows, you can choose timeline intervals as you dim fit. For example, you can view project by day, week, month, quarter, year, and even multiyear.

To create a time, go Insert > Timeline > select a data range > configure the attributes in the timeline settings sidebar. If you have created this successfully, you can do other cool things like change the visual appearance of the timeline by tweaking spacing or using colours, and more adjustments.

The feature is not available to legacy G Suite Basic and Business customers as well as users with personal Google Accounts. You can only enjoy it if you are a Google Workspace Essentials, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Fundamentals, Education Plus, Education Standard, the Teaching and Learning Upgrade, and Nonprofits customer.

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