Available Symbols in the Symbols Column

Applies to

Smartsheet

Capabilities

Who can use this capability

People with Owner or Admin (you must have a license) permissions to the sheet can to add or edit a column.

 

The Symbols column displays an image to convey a meaning. Use a Symbols column to describe the status of a row or to indicate that something needs your attention for follow up. 

You cannot add your own custom symbols to the column.

You can use formulas in a Symbols column. To do this, use the text values of the symbols. For example, to manipulate the value in a Symbols column that uses Status symbols, you might create a formula similar to the following: =IF([Percent Complete]5 = 1, "Full", "Empty"))

The following table list the available symbols, the text values for symbols for use in formulas, and an image of what the symbols look like.

Symbol Text values (use these to detect symbols in formulas) Looks like this

Flag

NOTE: You can't add a star or flag to a row unless at least one other cell in the row contains data.

  • Flag   
  • Star 

Priority
  • High, Low   
  • High, Medium, Low   

Decision
  • Yes, Hold, No   
  • Yes, Hold, No   
  • Stop, Rewind, Play, Fast Forward, Pause   
Status
  • Red, Yellow, Green   
  • Red, Yellow, Green, Blue   
  • Red, Yellow, Green, Gray   
  • Sunny, Partly Sunny, Cloudy, Rainy, Stormy   
  • Empty, Quarter, Half, Three Quarter, Full   
  • Empty, Quarter, Half, Three Quarter, Full   
  • Down, Sideways, Up   
  • Down, Angle Down, Angle Up, Up   
  • Down, Angle Down, Sideways, Angle Up, Up 
Direction
  • Up, Unchanged, Down   
  • Down, Right, Up, Left  
Measure
  • Easy, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert Only   
  • Empty, Quarter, Half, Three Quarter, Full   
  • Empty, One, Two, Three, Four, Five   
  • Empty, One, Two, Three, Four, Five   
  • Empty, Quarter, Half, Three Quarter, Full   
  • Empty, One, Two, Three, Four, Five   
  • Empty, One, Two, Three, Four, Five   
  • No Pain, Mild, Moderate, Severe, Very Severe, Extreme
Measure Symbols