Don’t Use a Spreadsheet, Use Transpose (Sponsored Post)

September 29th, 2015

My thanks to Transpose for sponsoring this week’s RSS feed.

Transpose is a dead-simple way for anyone to build databases for their data. Anyone can use Transpose, in any field, because of how it works: Transpose lets you create simple forms for collecting your data, and from there, you can filter, sort and search your data in any way you want. Even better, Transpose identifies names and locations to create suggested searches, so you can quickly drill down in your data for what you are looking for. If you are creating a database of media contacts for your new project, or even organizing purchase orders for your business, don’t use a spreadsheet: Transpose is the right tool for the job. You can create a form that is exactly right for your task. Transpose is tailor-made for these sorts of tasks, so you can quickly enter your data, sort through it, and even export in a variety of formats. And, of course, this is all online, and not stuck in a spreadsheet on your PC. Transpose is a single place you can do data management, note-taking and to-do tracking all in a single, integrated place, and replace disparate tools like Evernote and Trello with a single tool.

Use the right tool for the job. Give Transpose a try today.

Sponsorship by the Syndicate.