Survey: Tracking Your Savings Goals with Tiller

Here is your chance to leave feedback as Tiller builds a new spreadsheet workflow to easily track savings goals.

A few weeks ago we sent out a quick survey to help guide the development of an updated debt payoff workflow for Tiller-powered spreadsheets. Thank you to all who participated!

We are also about to build a new workflow that makes it easier for you to track savings goals with Tiller. This includes everything from your emergency fund, retirement, holiday gifts, or even just saving for a fun vacation.

We would appreciate your feedback as we set out to build this new savings workflow via a quick 3-minute survey in a brief Google form.

From the responses, we will choose five winners for a Tiller tee shirt or hat – your choice!

This survey is anonymous

You don’t need to leave an email address to participate in this survey. However, to qualify for the drawing, or participate in our live roundtable discussion, you will need to leave an email address where we can contact you.

Your input could help you and thousands of others reach savings goals with confidence

The survey only takes a couple of minutes, but its impact will be significant. We are committed to helping people manage their savings along with their other financial goals, because as we always say money matters because life matters more.

Take the quick survey in a Google Form right here.

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Edward Shepard

Edward Shepard

Marketing Lead at Tiller. Writer. Spreadsheet nerd. Get in touch with partnership ideas at edward @ tillerhq.com.

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  1. Hi @jmweir,

    Our goal is to offer this for both Google Sheets and Excel, yes. I can’t say that the rollout will be at the same time though as we have to build completely separately for both platforms.

  2. @alan.dunwell can you share more about your question here? What do you mean by “outlets”?

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