TackleBox requires no client-side installation. You just sign up on our website with your Microsoft 365 credentials and go. TackleBox can also be added as an app in Microsoft Teams. Click here for more information.
TackleBox does not store any files; instead, it connects with your Microsoft 365 account while you are using the application and retrieves any required data from your files for your use in TackleBox. TackleBox does store images of the charts, tables, and named ranges that you have used as part of TackleBox. These images are stored in Azure Storage, encrypted and decrypted transparently using 256-bit AES encryption, and is FIPS 140-2 compliant.
TackleBox is compatible with any .xlsx, .xlsm, or .xlsb file stored in a OneDrive folder.
Yes, TackleBox integrates directly with Microsoft 365 to provide a live link between your files and presentations. Soon, workspace guests will be able to sign up and log in without a Microsoft 365 account.
TackleBox can locate and use any chart, table, pivot table, or named range in your Excel file. You can use named ranges to give TackleBox access to any continuous block of rows and columns. For details on how to create and manage named ranges, please click here.
TackleBox can be used for any Excel project, not just the specific subset of projects that work well with data visualization and analytics tools. TackleBox helps you quickly share and present any type of information living in your Excel files, such as data, inputs, assumptions, outputs, summaries, and charts. Also, Tacklebox works with the tools that your team and stakeholders are familiar with – Excel and PowerPoint. Rather than force everyone to learn something new, Tacklebox lets you work with what you know, but in a more connected, efficient, and confident way.