It has been argued that the stripped-down online community posting site Craigslist has given rise to numerous services that are now part of the sharing economy. The Vacation Rentals section grew into Airbnb, the arts + crafts sales page became Etsy, and services like LegalZoom, Redfin and more have all been “unbundled” from the simple categories found on Craigslist.
What was once a necessity centuries ago is now one of the hottest trends to sweep the nation. From microbrews to barrel aging experiments to “hard” soda flavors, beer has become a popular hobby for the home brewer and a serious obsession for beer club members. This trend is causing an interesting intersection in modernity where tradition and technology are combining to create a new generation of lager enthusiasts. Read about how spreadsheets and apps contributed to this group's passion of beer.
A few weeks ago we announced the AppSheet add-on for Google Forms, which allows you to turn your forms and surveys into extraordinarily convenient and powerful mobile apps.
But did you know that the AppSheet add-on allows you to bring even more tailored and specialized features to your forms?
AppSheet provides several features to enhance how you see your data through mobile apps. One of the most used features is Map View. Let me show you how Map View works and how easy it is to visualize business data through a map in your mobile app.
Let's say you have a list of businesses you regularly visit as a supplier in New York City. You maintain your key business data in an Google Sheet and would like to use the data while on the road. In this case, every time you visit a customer, you take a picture of the location and annotate the results of the visit.
You would probably have a spreadsheet like this:
Praveen Seshadri, AppSheet's CEO shared his thoughts about AppSheet and being an entrepreneur at the very first New Tech Eastside event. It's a short and quite entertaining talk. Check it out!