How To Share An Excel File For Easy Collaboration

If not all, most projects require the use of spreadsheets. They are easy to use and manage—but apart from that, they are almost mandatory for data storage and assessment with its filters and other features. However, collaboration isn’t one of the pros of an Excel sheet. It’s fun and games till one person is doing it, but the heavy files do not support collaboration of different individuals involved in the project. Well, there are things you can do to overcome this setback.

Offline Sharing 

If you don’t have an online Excel database, local area networks are your next bet for enabling the users to access and edit data, more than one-user-at-a-time. If that weren’t enough, all the changes are saved offline securely.

Share a Document

In Quick Access Toolbar, you can see Share Workbook option. Don’t forget to go to advanced and enable track changes and other tools as per your requirements.

Share Excel Files Online

Without a shared local drive, offline sharing becomes impossible. However, sharing Excel files online is a great option for those who don’t work on a local network. Using One Drive or Google Drive you can share the file online for others to access.

Convert Excel to Database

If you and your employees want access to data anytime, anywhere, this is the solution. Doing this enables your business to grow aggressively as multiple people can collaborate at the same time. It also adds security to your data and gives you tons of features for smooth data recording and analysis.

Trunao offers a smooth integration to an online platform, where the size of the spreadsheet does not matter. A simple and effective tool should also be hassle free to use, and getting the data online takes care of that.

Leave a Comment