2021: ✅  Done — year in review
Dec 30, 2021

2021 year in review

Matt Robinson
co-founder & CEO

As we plan ahead for an exciting 2022, we took some time to reflect on all of the advancements we made over the past 12 months. Here’s a look at what we’re grateful for from 2021.

Grew to 30 full time employees: Expanded our frontend and backend engineering teams, built a DevOps team, hired a lead technical writer, and on-boarded our first UX researcher.

Launched over 30 major product features, including:


Announced $5.5M series seed funding
: Detailed on our blog, covered by TechCrunch, and launched on Product Hunt, we unveiled our private beta in conjunction with our first funding announcement.

Launched public beta: In September we opened up Spreadsheet.com to public beta access along with the ability to sign up and sign in using Google credentials.

Kicked off SOC2, HIPAA, and GDPR compliance: Started our SOC 2 Type II audit, as well as HIPAA and GDPR compliance initiatives. More details in our Security page.

Launched anytime releases and automated issue identification: The DevOps team made major strides in our production, staging, and load testing infrastructures, culminating in the ability to release daily product updates and automatically capture issues from production for triage.

Built over 10,000 automated tests: The QA team has now built over 10,000 automations to minimize regressions, which run before every product release.

This was a lot of work, and we're grateful for the incredible group of teammates who made it happen. 2022 is shaping up to be an action-packed year, starting with the commercial launch of our paid plans in January, followed by a steady stream of new features such as Charts, Reports, Dashboards, Calendar view, Grouping, Printing, our first Mobile apps, Gantt and Form view improvements, and much more.

If you're interested in joining us now as we bring Spreadsheet.com to market in 2022, we're hiring for key roles across marketing and product. Check out our job openings.

Happy New Year!