Sheetgo is a new kind of browser-based spreadsheet software that succeeds in making things easier for spreadsheet users whose data is contained across different platforms. Instead of trying to reinvent the wheel or forcing programs to emulate the functionality of others, Sheetgo offers a neat way to consolidate what matters most to users: information.
Sheetgo can be described as a spreadsheet database where users can consolidate their data by means of establishing connections between spreadsheets. Instead of having to copy and paste from one file to another, Sheetgo users can connect their workbooks or sheets and have them report to a central cloud file. Since Sheetgo is delivered on a Software-as-a-Service basis, users do not need to install desktop apps; however, they must work from a Google Drive account. To make things even easier, Sheetgo also offers an add-on component for Google Sheets that provides some offline functionality. This is ideal for Chromebook users who need to work on their consolidated spreadsheets while not connected to the internet.
Aside from establishing database-like connections to spreadsheets, Sheetgo also provides the ability to manage their data with filter, append, and query functions; in other words, it can serve as a centralized data repository. The idea is not so much to use another online spreadsheet product but to take advantage of one that can improve data reliability, instead of relying on the ability of skilled information managers.
Pricing for Sheetgo is reasonable and easy to figure out: a single user account that allows five spreadsheet connections and three consolidations is free. Adding connections and consolidations will prompt users to upgrade to the next monthly paid subscription level.