Grid, Gantt, Card, and Calendar Views
Views in Smartsheet allow you to see and work with your data in different ways.
You can choose between:
- Grid View—Displays data in a spreadsheet format.
- Gantt View—Displays data in a spreadsheet on the left and a Gantt chart on the right.
- Card View—Displays data in cards organized in lanes.
- Calendar View—Displays tasks that that are date driven as events in a week or month calendar.
To switch between these views, use the Views buttons in the top toolbar.
Switch to Grid View to work with your data in a spreadsheet.
In Grid View, you can quickly add, move, or update the columns and rows in your sheet. Check out our article on Inserting and Deleting Rows for more information.
Grid View (as well as Gantt View) allows you to add formulas to your sheet to calculate values. Details on this process are available in the Create and Edit Formulas in Smartsheet article.
With Gantt View, you can see information in the grid on the left and a corresponding Gantt chart on the right. To use Gantt View, you will need at least two date columns in your sheet or report. Check out our Column Types article for more information on Date type columns.
Gantt charts are a staple project management resource for visually tracking the duration of and relationships between tasks in a project. Check out the Help Center article on Working with Gantt Charts for more information.
Card View displays your data in a Kanban board (typically used in agile project management). Learn more about Card View in our article on Using Card View to Visualize Your Project.
You must have at least one single-select Dropdown List or Contact List column to use Card View. The values specified for the column become the headers in Card View, called Lanes. For more information on using dropdown lists, see Column Types.
Use Calendar View to get a sense of the number of concurrent tasks you have per day in your project and to identify tasks that overlap across weeks or months. You can view any sheet or report with at least one date column in Calendar View. Check out our Column Types article for more information on Date type columns.
Learn more in the Help Center article on Working with Calendars.