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We are using Google Spreadsheets for call logs, which is shared with more than 20 users and we all add entries simultaneously.

I would like to know if there is any feature to automatically archive old entries on the spreadsheet?

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If you want a time stamp to every entry you do you can use Google Forms which produces Google Spreadsheet. You can then do conditional sorting in that spreadsheet to narrow down the results. – Darius Sep 21 '11 at 16:15
    

Google Docs has its own revision control system, and it's accessible from File > See revision history. That is probably the closest you can get for an automatic archival system.

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