Picking out the best chart for effectively displaying related data isn’t always easy. Using a combo chart in Google Sheets, you can take advantage of two charts combined for the ideal visual.
If you want a simple visual to help your audience see the direction of the data in your chart, consider a trendline. You can add different types of trendlines in Google Sheets and customize their appearance….
When you want to display an easy-to-read visual for items in chronological order, consider a Timeline chart. In Google Sheets, you simply enter the dates and numeric data, and you’ll have a line graph with zoom options….
If you want to show how positive or negative values affect a starting value, you can create a waterfall chart in Google Sheets. You can then view the data sequentially or stacked for the most effective visual. We’ll show you …
Want to add, subtract, or find the difference (duration) between two times? If so, Google Sheets makes it super easy to do just that, no function required. We’ll show you how.
Want to be able to work on your spreadsheets on the web? If so, convert all your Microsoft Excel spreadsheets to Google Sheets. After you complete this simple process, other people can edit your spreadsheets and you can use S…
When you use a spreadsheet for things where the timing is essential, you likely include dates and times. Google Sheets offers a collection of functions for formatting, converting, and calculating dates and times to help with …
To share something you track in a spreadsheet like company financials, club information, or a team roster, you can use a PDF instead of a spreadsheet. We’ll show you a couple of ways to convert Google Sheets to a PDF….
While Google Sheets provides you with hundreds of functions, it also allows you to create your own. Before, you could only do this using Apps Script. Now, there’s a user-friendly tool in your spreadsheet called Named Functi…
The XLOOKUP function in Google Sheets gives you an easy way to find the data you’re looking for quickly. XLOOKUP doesn’t have the same limitations as VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP, enabling you to perform lookups in any direction….
Google’s suite of productivity apps includes some of the most useful collaboration tools. You can work on a document together in real-time, add and resolve comments, assign tasks, and much more in Google Docs, Sheets, and Sli…
You may want to work with data in your spreadsheet that resides elsewhere. Using a set of Google Sheets functions, you can import data from a CSV file, RSS feed, web page, or another spreadsheet.
An easy way to make numbers stand out in Google Sheets is with conditional formatting. You can automatically apply formatting like a bold font or cell color when certain values meet your criteria.
Filling sequential data in Google Sheets is easy using the fill feature. But if you want to increase or decrease the numbers in your series or fill all cells in an array, consider the SEQUENCE function….
There’s nothing worse than working on a formula in your spreadsheet only to receive an error instead of a result. Here, we’ll look at the formula parse errors you may see in Google Sheets and how to fix them….
The Explore feature works differently in Google Sheets than in Google Docs. You can use it to get useful details about your data to help you analyze it. You can also use pieces that the tool provides in your spreadsheet….
When you have a large amount of data in your spreadsheet, looking up specific data can take time. VLOOKUP is a handy function but has its limits. Instead, you can use INDEX and MATCH in Google Sheets.
Sometimes when you import data or work with others on a spreadsheet, data can get messy. You may have duplicates, inconsistent data, or extra spaces. Google Sheets offers a few features to help you clean up your data….
If you want to create a budget and share it with your housemates, Google Sheets is a great option. Use a template or make a budget from scratch and then share it so you can all work on it together.
Saving time, performing tasks easily, working efficiently, and maximizing output are all parts of productivity. With these several Google Sheets features, you can boost your productivity and work more effectively on your spre…
When you have a workbook with many sheets, it can feel tedious to scroll between them. In Google Sheets, you can hide your sheet tabs to see only those you need. Then, unhide them when the time comes to view them again….
If you need several more rows in your spreadsheet, don’t waste time adding one row at a time. Google Sheets offers a few ways to add multiple rows, even between your existing rows, in your spreadsheets. We’ll show you how….
When not everyone you work with speaks the same language natively, you may need to use a translator. In Google Sheets, you can translate languages so that collaborating or reviewing spreadsheets is a bit easier….
Using Google Sheets’ COUNTA and COUNTIF functions, you can count cells that contain any text, specific text, or partially matching text. This is a great way to find the non-blank cells in your spreadsheets, and we’ll show you…
Whether you want an online calendar to share with others, or you just want a physical calendar you can print and use in the office, you have three options for creating a calendar in Google Sheets. Let’s get started….