Google spreadsheets: Work is lost, Google silent

May 17, 2007 at 7:14 am Leave a comment

Despite posting on the help boards available to the users of Google spreadsheets, Google has been deadly silent.  I’ve noticed I’m not the only one missing work that has been placed out there.  Google acknowledges something is broke, but the links posted “for additional information” are broken, and Google stays silent.  I have an OLD backup.  I guess I’ll have to go to that if I don’t hear something soon.  I’m going to have to recreate work for a booster club for the last few months though.  I’m not a happy customer anymore.  I was, but not anymore.  I guess collaboration via the web still has a ways to go.

Update 5/18, 6:51 am:  Info and a web form for restoring your spreadsheet are here.  My spreadsheet isn’t restored yet, but I do have some hope now.

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