"Jonathan Rochelle, product manager for the Google Spreadsheet, said the service is targeted at individuals who want to do things like plan a reunion or track baseball scores for a little league team or small businesses.
It allows up to ten users to collaborate together, and reflects their changes in real time. It also offers a number of standard features, like frozen column headings and sorting, but does not have charting, autofilter or drag-and-drop capabilities. Rochelle said Google plans on adding new features based on feedback from users."
Tuesday, June 06, 2006
Online spreadsheet from Google
From the Mercury News: