In order to get myself prepared for the wipe, I put together a spreadsheet that I'm going to use that lists all items that you will need to find “IN RAID” for quests and allows you to keep track of which items you already have in your stash.
If you’re new and don’t know much about this, certain quests need you to find items “In-Raid” rather than just buying it on the Flea Market. The nice thing about this is that even if you haven’t gotten to a certain quest, you can still start finding the items in raid and saving them for that quest. That's what this list is, and this will save you a ton of time.
I was looking to see if anything like this existed, but all I found was this picture version on the wiki.
I think this spreadsheet is better for a few reasons:
The spreadsheet ONLY lists items that need to be found “In Raid” for quests (you should be prioritizing loot by best value per slot and then buying it on the flea market if it doesn’t need to be found in raid)
It’s in alphabetical order using the FULL name of the item instead of just a picture of it so that you can quickly alt-tab or keep it on a second monitor to reference while in raid.
It has conditional formatting if you’re using it in google docs. So like this picture shows https://imgur.com/a/26R4Lr0 , if you have already collected 5 out of 5 of the “Aramid Cloth”, and you put a “5” in the cell, it will turn green indicating that you don’t need any more of those.
In order to use this on your google drive, you need to go to the link, click on the “file” tab at the top left. Then click “Download”, and download it as an .ODS file. You then just need to import it into your google docs. Or if you don’t need the conditional formatting, you can just copy the cells and paste it onto your own google docs sheet/excel/any similar program.