We centered an April Fools’ prank around Tiller support for VisiCalc, the first spreadsheet created back in the 70’s. The truth is, that old software for the Apple II computer was really important for our advancement into the digital era we live in today.
We’re curious about what you’re curious about. What are your favorite websites? What sites do you browse, bookmark, and return to again and again? We may publish survey results in a…
#FinCon18 is energizing, inspiring, and informative. But we really love how FinCon facilitates great business partnerships and genuine friendships.
Learn about the new yearly budget spreadsheet template for Google Sheets powered by Tiller. This financial spreadsheet gives you a big picture view of your yearly budget and helps you dig into the details of your spending. Gain insights into your finances for the year at a glance.
Here are four personal finance stories we think you’ll enjoy this week. All were originally shared in Tiller’s team “Reading List” on Slack.
At Google Next 18, the company said it would go deep on themes of AI and security, because “security is the number one worry, and AI is the number one opportunity. But there were also several announcements relevant to anyone who uses Google’s services., including Google Sheets.
Introducing the new Tiller Simple Business Spreadsheet, bringing Tiller’s award-winning financial feed automation in Google Sheets to the eight million freelancers and small business owners who say they prefer to manage business finances in a spreadsheet.
The most recent episode of the Marriage, Kids and Money podcast featured two things we love: Advice about how to talk to your family about money. A conversation about Tiller with founder Peter Polson.
This week Tiller founder Peter Polson was featured on the Inspired Money podcast hosted by Andrew Wang.
We know how important spreadsheets are for running your business. Tiller is making them faster, easier, and better with feedback from you.
Tiller founder Peter Polson was recently on Stacking Benjamins: Money in the Morning Facebook live show to catch up with host Joe Saul-Sehy, and to demo the new Tiller Budget.
Sometimes in product development, disparate feature requests when considered holistically combine to realize a solution greater than the sum of the parts. When such a sprint comes together it feels exhilarating, magical. Ultimately, Budget 2.0 resolved 11 distinct epics from our budget feature-request backlog. We hope you’ll agree that budgeting in a spreadsheet is now more powerful than ever.