'Google Sheets tips' category archive, page 2

Google Sheets formulas for 12 most useful Google Sheets functions

This time we decided to provide you with the most simple Google Sheets functions that you definitely need to learn. They will not only help you with the plain calculations but also contribute to extending your knowledge of building Google Sheets formulas. Continue reading

CONCATENATE function: formulas to merge cells in Google Sheets

"Concatenate" usually means to link something together in a series or a chain. This operation is used in Google spreadsheets whenever you need to join records from multiple cells. This article collects the most popular and easy solutions to help you solve the concatenation puzzle. Continue reading

Google Sheets percentage formulas - usage and examples

You may think percentage calculations are useful only if you use them for work. But in reality, they help you in everyday life. Do you know how to tip properly? Is this discount a real deal? How much will you pay with this interest rate? Come find the answers to these and other similar questions in this article. Continue reading

How to compare data in two Google sheets or columns

Whether there's summer knocking on our doors or winter invading Westeros, we still work in Google Sheets and have to compare different pieces of tables with one another. In this article, I'm sharing ways of matching your data and giving away tips on doing that swiftly. Continue reading

Merge data from duplicate rows in Google Sheets based on a unique column

Combining duplicate rows in your spreadsheets may turn to one of the most intricate tasks. Let's see what Google formulas can help and get to know one smart add-on that does all the job for you. Continue reading

Convert formulas to values in Google Sheets

In this article, you will learn about two ways of replacing all formulas with their results in a spreadsheet. Continue reading

Google Sheets: everyday formulas examples

Google Sheets is a great platform to manage data tables. But are there any easy functions you can use for daily calculations? Find out inside. Continue reading

Back to Basics: create and edit Google Sheets formulas

After reading this article, you’ll be able to make and edit your own simple Google Sheets formulas. Here you’ll find examples of nested functions and a few tips on how to swiftly copy a formula to other cells. Continue reading

Back to Basics: formulas in Google Sheets

Today I'm going to bring formulas in Google Sheets to the table. I'll start with the elements they consist of, remind you how they are calculated, and tell a difference between plain and complex formulas. Continue reading

If VLOOKUP in Google Sheets is not working

How to do a Vlookup without errors in Google Sheets? Take a closer look at the most common mistakes made when working with the VLOOKUP function. Continue reading

Ways to move, merge, hide, and change rows in Google Sheets

Google Sheets lets you manage rows in many different ways: move, hide and unhide, change their height, and merge multiple rows into one. A special styling tool will also make your table easy to understand and work with. Continue reading

SUMIFS in Google Sheets to sum cells with multiple criteria (AND / OR logic)

Google Spreadsheets provide two functions to conditionally sum cells, SUMIF and SUMIFS. Regular visitors of our blog are already familiar with the SUMIF function that we covered last week, and today we are going to have a closer look at its plural version. Continue reading

SUMIF in Google Sheets with formula examples

Google Sheets has two functions to add up numbers based on conditions: SUMIF and SUMIFS. The former evaluates just one condition while the latter can test multiple conditions at a time. In this tutorial, we will focus solely on the SUMIF function. Continue reading

Working in Google Sheets: add, freeze, and remove rows

It's time to learn more about rows in Google Sheets. Learn how to insert new rows to your table – one or many at once; freeze lines in a spreadsheet in a few clicks; delete selected or only empty rows in your table. Some useful shortcuts and the add-on are there to ease your work. Continue reading

Filter by condition in Google Sheets and work with filters in shared documents

Filters make working with Google Sheets a lot easier even when you work within a shared document. Fine-tune filtering options and apply filters based on your own formulas. To share different filters with people, get to know Filter Views option. Continue reading

How to add and use filters in Google Sheets

When you analyze your tables in Google Sheets, very often you need only a limited amount of information, while the table may contain dozens of additional datasets. Here's your chance to learn how to filter your data in Google Sheets. Continue reading

How to split cells in Google Sheets to columns and convert columns to rows

If you ever needed to split text from one cell into separate columns or turn the table around so that columns become rows, this is your lucky day. Today I'm going to share a few quick tips on how to do that. Continue reading

Columns in Google Sheets - add, delete, and resize columns in a spreadsheet

Let's get back to fundamentals of working with columns in Google Sheets. Today I want to remind you all the ways of adding new empty columns, deleting old or unnecessary ones, and resizing them so that all the data you have is visible. This knowledge is the basis of any work within a spreadsheet. Continue reading

How to calculate currency exchange rates in Google Sheets with GoogleFinance

Find out how to use the GOOGLEFINANCE function to get the current currency exchange rates or the rates over some period of time in Google Sheets. You'll get to know what arguments the function has and how to manage them easily. Continue reading

Google Sheets COUNT and COUNTA functions with formula examples

Learn how to count the number of cells with various data types. What data is processed by COUNT? How does COUNT differ from COUNTA? What can I count with these functions? Find out the answers to these and some other questions in today's article. Continue reading

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