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A new free Google Sheets Add-On to make drop shadow buttons inside your sheets. Free for everyone. Announced to members first.
Now you can choose your avatar here on Better Sheets. Enjoy choosing between every available animal from Alligator to Wombat. You can choose Nyancat or Kraken too!
Add the image of a youtube thumbnail with only a YouTube url into your Google Sheets. Great use case for Substitute() or Split() functions. Nice way to add a little visual flair to your sheets.
A member, Alejandro, asks about taking their custom calendar inputs and figuring out study totals for a week. They created a beautiful input and just need to the calculations. I show how to use the data to do the calculations. If you've never used the FLATTEN() formula, this is a good example! And we use double UNIQUE().
Create a year progress bar to see how much of the year is gone. Great motivational chart to watch count up to 100%.
Learn how to use a free Google API to create QR codes in sheet to any URL. And we'll learn how to make them magically appear as you enter domains.
Learn how to use Formulas in Google Sheets. Use the Equal sign "=" to unlock a magical portal of over 500 functions and formulas. Learn one cool trick that even experts might not know about formulas.
A raw, 1 shot take of figuring out how to automatically delete all sheets not named on a whitelist of sheet names. Using the on Change Installable trigger. This video was tough to make!
Tips to help improve the look, feel, branding of Better Sheets Member’s Free Lead Magnet. A free Google Sheet of ChatGPT Templates that just gets better by the end of the video.
So in this video we're going to compare two tabs and differences. Basically, someone asked actually on AppSumo, someone asked how do I compare two sheets to know what the differences are? This is the answer.
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One more function beyond Concatenate and Join that is useful in so many different ways. Concat can be used to quickly create unique columns of data. But watch out for dates!
Create a sequence of numbers that magically appears as you type in each row. Put this in A1 and start typing in column B: =SEQUENCE(COUNTA(B:B),1,1,1)
It's healthy programming. I'll show you some common errors you will encounter when you first start programming in Apps Script
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One weird way to learn more about what Google Sheets can do. https://bettersheets.co/formulas
We have a list of names and maybe we have sort of a lead categories. Maybe we're doing sort of reach out and we want to actually maybe combine like key words.
Learn how to think like a programmer and develop a coding mindset with these expert tips from a seasoned Google Sheets programmer. Don't fall for the common, ineffective advice, and instead follow this practical advice, including learning the process, figuring out how to search, and avoiding memorization. With these habits, you'll be on the path to successful coding. 

It's hard to code. It's even harder to learn to code. This is my thought process to help you become resilient enough to learn, and continue to learn to code.
4 formulas that make your sheets feel automated. Start with user-started actions, and get automated data flowing in other parts of your sheet.
Get more things than just the poster and movie title by changing our script a bit. By creating different functions, we can get other data such as movie posters or directors.

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