Visor is more than just a spreadsheet. Each workbook tab can be set up with a different view and featuring different subsets of data. The drag-and-drop Gantt View featured here is connected with two-way syncing dates from Jira.
Unlike add-on integrations that aren't streamlined as part of the product experience, Visor is designed around making syncing easy and reliable. Even specific rows can be synced by themselves. This gives users more control and confidence.
Data from any number of connected apps are right at home in Visor workbooks. This unlocks opportunities for cross-functional collaboration.
Visor empowers users to add any number of custom columns (such as OKR and Impact Score, above). This unlocks creative flexibility, without sacrificing connectivity with live two-way syncing data from connected apps.
Visor supports nesting so users can group related items together to create summary views. This simplifies the presentation of information to various stakeholders.
Getting data in Visor is done with just a few clicks. All imported data remains connected to it's external source, so it can sync both ways.
Visor also supports advanced importing using query tools native to the connected apps. For example, Visor supports Jira Query Language (JQL) for importing data from Jira.
Visor allows users to import data and maintain hierarchical nesting relationships from apps that support this behavior. For example, Jira projects are often composed of Epics and nested Stories underneath those epics.