This is the list of my favorite tips and functions in Google Sheets. If you're new to Google Sheets, this list will give you an overview of the potential of Sheets. If you're advanced, you'll probably find some new features and functions you didn't know about.
The Query function in Google Sheets is one of the most powerful functions in Google Sheets. It's easy to learn if you follow the rules laid out in this tutorial. You'll be able to solve any data analysis problem that comes your way.
Learn how to use IMPORTRANGE in Google Sheets. This function is great when you'd like to import data from other spreadsheets. You can also use it together with QUERY to import and append data from multiple sheets.
There is a trick you can use to create multiple dependent drop-down lists on the same sheet in Google sheets. It's simple trick that doesn't involve Apps Script. Check out the full article.
Learn how to create dependent drop-down lists in Google Sheets. Dependent drop-downs can be tricky in Google Sheets because you can't add a formula to the drop-down version of the data validation. But there is another way.
Easily create QR codes for free. You can copy and paste the QR code into any application including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. I use a function in Google Sheets to set this up. You can grab your copy and replace the URLs with your own.
Learn how to properly use the Filter Function in Google Sheets. You can use the FILTER function to check for one condition or apply the FILTER function to multiple columns. You can also sort the filtered results by wrapping FILTER inside the SORT function.
Cleanup Suggestions and Column Statistics in Google Sheets In late 2020, Google released a new feature to Sheets called Smart Clean-up. Smart Clean-up has two main purposes: Cleanup Suggestions – Examine the dataset for potential problems, like duplicate rows in a table,
What can Google Sheets do and should I learn it? This was a question I asked myself in 2019. I noticed more companies were switching to Google Sheets specially because of the events of 2020. In this post I talk about what Google Sheets can do.
Use this simple formula to create a dynamic yearly calendar in Excel (It works for Google Sheets as well). All you need to update is the year and you will automatically get the calendar for that year.