@rows. Small but Helpful

This small but helpful update can be a handy timesaver. 

Smartsheet now does @row by default. 

Previously, clicking on column A row 1 would give you cell A1. 

With the new update, it now references positions in a sheet, giving you cell “A@row” (Note: This is only relevant when creating a formula in the same row)

Crucially, this little change will aid best practise, ensuring your formulas are faster and more efficient.

Quick reminder; If you want to use a column formula, you have to use @row rather than specific row numbers.

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