Boost collaboration even when you cannot share the underlying sheets or reports with the Dynamic View premium app. Share only what is needed to the right people at the right time for viewing or editing. For example, share only certain row information with the appropriate vendor such that they can view and edit only the data that applies to them.
Dynamic View is a premium offering available for purchase to Smartsheet customers using a Business plan or higher. For more information about how to purchase Dynamic View, please contact Smartsheet Sales.
Dynamic View App Essentials
How to Access
You can access the Dynamic View app from here: https://dynamicview.smartsheet.com
For information on browser compatibility, see System Requirements and Guidelines for Using Smartsheet.
Who Will Interact with the App
People will interact with the Dynamic View app in different ways depending on their role:
- Administrators who configure the views (including any conditional logic)—they must be shared to the source sheets and reports
- Others who view and edit source data based on permissions set in the Dynamic View app—these people don’t need to be shared to the source sheets or reports
Dynamic Views Require Sheets or Reports
Before you can create and configure a view in the Dynamic View app, you’ll need to create the source sheets that will store the data in the Smartsheet app.
Depending on what your process needs are, you can create a single sheet or create reports (which pull data in from one or more sheets) to work with and create views from.
More information on creating sheets and reports in Smartsheet can be found here:
Create a Form for Intake
To ensure that ticket or project intake is submitted through a standardized channel that can feed directly into your dynamic views, create a Smartsheet form. Details on creating forms can be found in the Collect Information with a Form help article.
Dynamic View: Deep Dive
After configuring your process in Smartsheet with the information above, you’re ready to create views in Dynamic View. The following articles offer detail into working with views, the conditional logic for views, and how colleagues will interact with views: