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Create awesome progress bars with sparkline formula. You can make progress bar colors can change based on the input.
find out how to show the total number of data rows available in a sheet.
One common feature that users often request is the ability to add star ratings to their spreadsheets. While this feature is not built into Google Sheets, it is possible to create a star rating system using emojis and data validation.
I offer an alternative design for your dashboards. Any time you want to present information, stats, numbers, it's a good idea to see what else is possible. Design something that makes your sheets stand out from the drudgery we've been dealing with for decades of spreadsheets and dashboards.
Create the Apps Script to create a new sheet from some data inside your sheet. Script included in the sheet below.
Let's start at the basics of Google Sheets. Where every beginner spreadsheet expert starts!
We're actually gonna go build the dashboard today.
The video explains three ways to count cells or information in Google Sheets: using the Explorer, using the COUNT function, and using the COUNTALL function. The Explorer is a tool located at the bottom right of the screen that allows you to quickly understand your data and find the count of items in a column. The COUNT function allows you to count the number of cells that contain numbers in a range of cells, while the COUNTALL function counts all the cells in a range, including those that contain formulas or are blank. The video also mentions other functions such as SUM and UNIQUE
One of the best examples of a dashboard I got from a great talk on just totally like SASS dashboards, and they talked about the speedometer and why the speedometer is such a great dashboard is that it is it encapsulates all of the principles of what goes into a great dashboard.
Create a dropdown that changes the months displayed in a dashboard.
Build from scratch a calculator to figure out podcast advertising rates.
Learn to create a fun game called Hangman in Google Sheets with Better Sheets. Watch the video to challenge yourself and see how it works. What other games can you make inside of Google Sheets? Create a game of hangman inside Google Sheets. Showcases a few Google Sheet formulas like SEARCH()
Reviewing a Corona hiring sheet. A great example of using Google Sheets. I have high praise for the design and the use of forms for data validation. The sheet makes great use of white space, circular image, and icons instead of text. While I suggest other ways to monetize the job board, I acknowledge the creator's decision to avoid exploiting the situation.
We're going through the switch formula because in the past if I've ever had to change, say a day of the week or a month on the calendar to a number, or I have to change that number to the month or text, it's really hard.
Build a Customer Relationship Manager right inside a Google Sheet. Track your customers, your sales progress, and your revenue in an easy to create dashboard.
how would I do the following? In Google Sheets, it's in column A I have a list of URLs. For each of those URLs, I want to pull that URL's featured image and meta description, and put those in columns B and C. Here's how you do it. I just grabbed Wikipedia articles for this example.
Fix the case sensitive search with lower(). Add quick links to prefilled results. Create another sheet with ImportRange().Protect the sheet from unnecessary edits.
Make your Google Sheets visually appealing and easier to understand with our expert tips on using gridlines, border styles, and colors. Learn how to create a professional-looking spreadsheet that effectively communicates your data to your audience. Boost your productivity today! We're gonna be talking about how to communicate better with grid lines, border styles, and border colors. Really interesting thing happens when you hide grid lines. You lose the grid, and I'll show you how to add that in. And some really interesting things you can do with different styles of border.

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