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Spreadsheet for rotational play

Does anyone have a spreadsheet they use to keep track of families in rotational play they would be willing to share? I can create one myself but figured why recreate the wheel if it's already been done. B)


  • Rhiannon58Rhiannon58 Posts: 700 Member
    First off @KatyFernlily, what an amazing website you have for your Sim life. I can totally see myself creating something like that once I retire (currently working full time, take care of our home, juggle visits with our seven kids and 10 grandkids). But I will add this to my retirement activities for sure!

    Secondly, I didn't see a spreadsheet that kept track of your families. Your entire website did (which is awesome). Is that what you were wanting to show me or did I miss a link somewhere to a spreadsheet?
  • TurjanTurjan Posts: 501 Member
    It's probably not very helpful, but I haven't seen anything like that. I was also looking for programs that can build a family tree, but most of them are rather simplistic and not suited for my needs. It looks like I will have to do this per hand.
  • KatyFernlilyKatyFernlily Posts: 321 Member
    It's not my website, Rhiannon58, I was just putting it out there. Sarah has some very interesting tips and tricks for playing rotationally. Plus help for setting up mods, etc. I thought you might find some useful info there.
  • Rhiannon58Rhiannon58 Posts: 700 Member
    Cool. Thanks @KatyFernlily. The tips were definitely helpful. I think what I will end up doing is modify the Pinstar spreadsheet basically creating one page per family. I don't keep a ton of data on each person so it's won't be that hard. I just didn't want to recreate something if someone has already done it.
  • SPARKY1922SPARKY1922 Posts: 4,545 Member

    Thank you for posting that link I am deep into S2 just now but have saved that link for when I get back to 3 as it is something I have always wanted to try with 3 :)
  • KatyFernlilyKatyFernlily Posts: 321 Member
    You're welcome! I love Sarah's site, it's been really helpful to me.
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