Google Sheets is a web-based spreadsheet application that is part of Google's productivity suite, Google Workspace. It is a powerful tool that allows users to create, edit, and collaborate on spreadsheets online. Google Sheets has always been a favorite tool among users due to its simplicity, flexibility, and accessibility. Recently, Google has added some updates and new features to Google Sheets that are worth exploring. In this section of tutorials, we will cover some of these updates, including five tutorials that will help you improve your Google Sheets skills.
Naughty or Nice? - Google Sheets' New Dropdown Chips
Google Sheets' new dropdown chips are a helpful addition to the application. The dropdown chips allow users to add dropdowns to their spreadsheets quickly. The dropdown chips are available in the toolbar and can be accessed by clicking on the "Data" tab. Once the dropdown chips are added to the spreadsheet, users can select the cells they want to add dropdowns to and choose from a list of pre-made options.
Better Font Colors
Google Sheets' default font colors can sometimes be hard to read, especially if you have a lot of data in your spreadsheet. The Sheet Styles add-on is a free tool that enables users to change the font color of their spreadsheets easily. The add-on allows users to choose from a range of pre-made styles that are less contrasting than the default font colors.
How to Use Sheets For Network Building
Google Sheets can be a powerful tool for networking. The People Chips and Date Chips are two features that can help users build their network lists quickly. People Chips are like digital business cards that allow users to add contact information to their spreadsheets easily. Date Chips are like calendars that allow users to add dates and events to their spreadsheets. By using these features, users can create a database of contacts and follow-up with them more efficiently.
Every Locale Listed in Google Sheets and a Tool to Save Your Sanity
Google Sheets supports many different locales, and users can change the locale of their spreadsheet to match their language or region. Changing the locale of your spreadsheet can affect the formatting of your data, including the date and time formats. In this tutorial, we will cover how to change your locale in Google Sheets and explain what changing locales means for your sheets.
Google Sheets Interface Changes
Google has recently introduced some changes to the Google Sheets interface. The new changes include Date Chips and Files Chips, which are like mini-apps that can be used within the spreadsheet. The changes also include smart canvas features, which allow users to add images, links, and other elements to their spreadsheets easily. In this tutorial, we will cover