Your spreadsheet is a mess. Fieldbook can help.
What is Fieldbook good for?
If you’re frustrated with using a spreadsheet to track lists, Fieldbook is the tool for the job.
Users have had success with using Fieldbook:
•To track professional service work
• As a lightweight CRM for a distributed sales team
•To track work items for product development
•For product roadmap planning
•To schedule usability tests
•To manage a recruiting pipeline
•To track custom workflows and business processes
How is Fieldbook different from a spreadsheet?
Fieldbook is meant for tracking lists, unlike spreadsheets (which are optimized for accounting and finance). So things that are frustrating in spreadsheets, are a joy in Fieldbook:
•You can link sheets so that it’s easy to view and edit related items—such as all the tasks assigned to a person or all the contacts for a company.
•Each row in Fieldbook can be viewed in a full-screen detail view, where you can add as much detail as needed.
•You can easily search, sort and filter—and save searches to get back to later with one click, or to share with your team.
•You can share with your team and work together without stepping on each other’s toes.