The 10,000ft panel provides a direct connection between project plans in Smartsheet and resource plans in 10,000ft. From a Smartsheet project sheet, see who's been assigned to the project, request the types of people you need to complete each deliverable, and get a real-time preview of the impact of resourcing changes as you move through the project lifecycle.
About 10,000ft Panel for Smartsheet
Connecting a project sheet to 10,000ft gives you an easy way to see how resource changes affect your entire plan. You can also make changes to your plan from the panel.
Once the sheet is connected to 10,000ft, you can use the panel to see:
- People or placeholders assigned to tasks in your 10,000ft project
- Overall allocation % for assigned users
- Overall availability for team members assigned to your project
- Dates for the overall project and individual assignments.
… and you can make assignment changes from within the panel.
Smartsheet panel for 10,000ft preview
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Use the Smartsheet panel for 10,000ft to assign people to tasks
To create a new assignment from Smartsheet with the 10,000ft panel, open the panel and ensure the following information is present in each row corresponding to a task you would like to assign:
- Start and End dates
- Allocation %
- Valid managed user or 10,000ft placeholder in the Assigned To column.
Once all needed information is added to your sheet, you’ll see the new unconfirmed assignments appear in the panel. Select Add to 10,000ft on a single assignment to confirm changes for a single user, or select Add All or Update All to confirm all your assignments.
When you assign a row, the primary field of the row (the task name) will sync to the 10,000ft schedule, along with assignees, allocation, and dates in a compact visualization showing the total allocation workload for each person.
After you’ve confirmed your assignments, select the project name in the panel to go to your project brief in 10,000ft.
When viewing user allocation in the panel, allocation is summed across multiple tasks. You will not see an entry for each row individually.