Google Sheets does not have the trace dependents and trace precedents features, but in this tutorial we show you alternative ways to get this done on Google Sheets.
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The IFNA function in Google Sheets helps handle N/A errors that are returned when a search value is not found by a formula. This tutorial shows how it is used.
Data that has been imported from multiple sources often has the tendency to contain multiple copies of the same entries. As such, one of the prime tasks in data cleaning is to clear duplicate values,
Prefer watching a video tutorial? Watch how to insert a date picker in Google Sheets below: Spreadsheet software like Google Sheets can be quite sensitive to differences in date formats, so it’s always better to
A Gantt chart can be a powerful tool to help project managers share and distribute tasks among team members. It also helps them control progress and keep projects on track. Gantt charts are now becoming
A box plot can provide a valuable way to visualize distribution of data. It lets you summarize important details of a set of data at a glance. Unfortunately, Google Sheets does not have a feature to
The DSUM function in Google Sheets is part of a whole suite of Google Sheets functions that work like SQL queries. These functions process data that is in table-like arrays or ranges with proper headers
The Google Sheets NOT function is a handy tool that lets you negate or reverse a logical value. This tutorial shows how to apply it in different use cases.
Google can be a little cumbersome when it comes to sharing. Often, when you try to share a document, Google Sheets tries to share the entirety of the document — and that’s not always what you