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Spreadsheets and Dart

Use spreadsheets for importing a multiple of data types into Dart
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Spreadsheets and Dart overview

Link Dart with spreadsheets to pull in any context into projects and tasks. Dart's importer works with spreadsheets combined in order to bring helpful AI features to your work.

What are spreadsheets?

Spreadsheets are digital tools used for storing, organizing, and manipulating data. They are composed of rows and columns that form cells, where data can be entered and kept. These cells can contain numbers, text, or other more complicated data types. Spreadsheets are widely used in pretty much every field from finance to education and even personal use, offering a versatile platform for tasks like task tracking, project planning, accounting, data analysis, inventory management, and more. Google Spreadsheets and Microsoft Excel are the two most common spreadsheet applications in use, and data can be imported or exported to them through the standard CSV format among others.

Dart spreadsheets importer setup

To use the Dart spreadsheets importer go to the Import page in settings and choose Spreadsheet as the source. The follow the instructions:

  1. Open your spreadsheet
  2. Make sure that there are no extra rows before the column headers
  3. Make sure that the column headers exactly match the required fields
    1. 'ID'
    2. 'Title'
    3. 'Dartboard'
    4. 'Status'
  4. Make sure that the other column headers exactly match any optional fields you want to import
    1. 'Description' (empty or the description in markdown format)
    2. 'Parent ID' (empty or the ID of the parent task)
    3. 'Assignee Emails' (empty or a comma-separated list of emails)
    4. 'Tags' (empty or a comma-separated list of tags)
    5. 'Priority' (empty or one of 'Critical', 'High', 'Medium', or 'Low')
    6. 'Start date' (empty or a date in a standard format)
    7. 'Due date' (empty or a date in a standard format)
    8. 'Size' (empty or one of 'XS', 'S', 'M', 'L', or 'XL')
  5. Save or export the sheet as a CSV file
  6. Upload the CSV file into the designated area
Frequently asked Questions
Still not sure? Let us explain couple of things.
Is Dart good for team project management or individual use?

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How is Dart different from other project management software tools?

The main difference is that Dart is built seamlessly with automation and AI in mind to help you plan and accomplish your projects quicker. We reduce the manual overhead inherent in most PM tools so that you can focus on what matters.

How can Dart AI do my tasks for me?

To let Dart work on your tasks for you, simply create a task and then assign it to your Dart AI teammate. Dart AI is proficient with writing and design tasks and we are quickly adding more capabilities.

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How does Dart use AI for project management?

There are a variety of ways in which Dart improves your project management with AI. It helps with planning tasks based on high level requirements, creating and filling out tasks and subtasks with all their properties, and Dart AI can even do some simple tasks for you!

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