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Columns in Google Sheets - move, merge, hide and freeze columns in a spreadsheet

Today I invite you to learn a little bit more about columns in Google Sheets. Did you know that you can move and hide columns in your spreadsheet? And what about freezing and merging them? Let's explore these functions together! 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

Calculating time in Google Sheets: subtract, sum and extract date and time units

It's time to talk about the ways of calculating time in Google Sheets. We'll discuss the ways of finding time difference in detail, see how to sum dates and time together, and learn to display only date or time units and set them apart completely. Continue reading

Date and time in Google Sheets: enter, format and convert dates and time in your sheet

Today we dig into the ways of working with dates and time in Google spreadsheet. See the ways of inputting date and time values into your table, learn why you may need to convert them to decimal, and find out about custom number formats Google tables offer. Continue reading

How to add, edit and delete checkboxes and drop-down lists in Google Sheets

When you work with Google spreadsheet, sooner or later you may need to use some functionality that you've never used before. Checkboxes and drop-downs can quickly turn out to be such features. Let's see how useful they can be in Google Sheets. Continue reading

How to work with conditional formatting in Google Sheets

Highlighting certain data with color is a great way to draw attention to the records. Wouldn’t it be great if such format change happened automatically for specific cells? This is where conditional formatting comes in handy. Google Sheets can do this work for us, all we need is to explain what we want to get. Continue reading

Back to Basics: edit and comment on data, review the changes, print and download from Google Sheets. Even offline

We continue our "Back to Basics" journey by digging deeper into editing Google Sheets. Today, in addition to learning some simple features like formatting and deleting the data, we’ll discuss how to add comments and notes, work offline, and quickly review all the changes made to the file. Continue reading

Back to Basics: sharing, moving and protecting the data in Google Sheets

Moving on to another stop of our "Back to Basics" journey, today I will tell you more about managing your sheets. Learn how to share, move and protect your data in Google Sheets. Continue reading

Google Sheets Chart Tutorial

Whether you analyze business indicators, make presentation or write a report, charts and graphs will help your audience to understand complex dependencies and regularities. This tutorial will teach you different ways to build charts and graphs in Google Sheets to make your presentations informative and impressive. Continue reading

Back to Basics: Google Sheets for newbies

It's not a secret that most people are used to work with the data tables in MS Excel. However, now it has a worthy competitor. Allow us to introduce you to Google Sheets. Continue reading

Google Sheets VLOOKUP with examples

A widespread opinion is that VLOOKUP is one of the most difficult and obscure functions. But that's not true! In fact, it's easy to do VLOOKUP in Google Sheets, and in a moment you will make sure of it. Continue reading

Google Spreadsheet COUNTIF function with formula examples

We continue exploring the possibilities of Google Spreadsheets with COUNTIF function. Learn why you may need it and how it can be applied to your daily work with the tables. Continue reading

Google Sheets IF function - usage and formula examples

Get to know Google Sheets IF function better with this tutorial: when is it used, how does it work and how it contributes to a much simpler data processing. Formula examples are included! Continue reading

How to combine duplicate rows, merge values, and add subtotals in Google Sheets

Whether or not you're new to Google Sheets add-ons, you’ll love the news: now it takes three simple steps to combine duplicate rows and keep all unique information safe. Continue reading

How to Automate Your Spreadsheets with Zapier

Spreadsheets today aren't just static documents with data carefully managed on one computer. With Google Sheets and Excel's companion web app, your spreadsheets can get work done while you're away. Learn how you can automatically pull your data into a Google Sheets spreadsheet and set up workflows with Zapier. Continue reading

Google Sheets pivot table tutorial - make your job easier

Pivot table Google Sheets can help you to represent your data in a more convenient and presentable form. Continue reading

Video: How to merge cells and preserve original values in Google Sheets

See how you can quickly combine the cells with all their data in Google Sheets. Join text in columns, rows, or ranges with simple and flexible settings that our free add-on offers. Continue reading

Advanced search and quick replacements in Google Sheets

Learn about our recent addition to Power Tools that lets you perform advanced search in the entire spreadsheet, export rows with all found values, and replace any records you need. Continue reading

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