Have you ever had a list of names in a spreadsheet and wanted to separate them by first and last names into two columns? Instead of wasting time with tedious copying and pasting, there’s a quick, easy way to separate text into columns in Google Sheets.
Applying some color to alternating rows in a spreadsheet can make it easier to read. Here’s how to use conditional formatting to automatically create a colorful and attractive spreadsheet in Google Sheets.
Here’s a nifty trick that combines both Google Sheets and Maps. When you enter addresses into Sheets, you can then display all of the locations right in Maps and build your own map.
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Google for Work and put our heads together to select a few awesome add-ons for you. These will boost your productivity across G Suite, allowing you to get a lot more done in less time. Watch the latest episode of the Apps Show and read the article to learn more about our recommendations!
Today’s post will be on the light-hearted side. We’ll show you how to have some fun with Google Apps. These three pranks are perfect for having a little fun with your friends.
For Brandon Williams, Director of Google Operations for the State of Colorado, working in government means that you can make truly meaningful change. In the latest installment of our Modern Workplace Innovators video series, watch the inspiring story of how Williams used Google Apps to redefine emergency communications, and how he also leveraged shadow IT to empower 30,000 employees.
Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel have a lot in common–they’re both spreadsheet programs that share the same basic functionalities. But there are few features that set Sheets apart from Excel. Here are five features in Sheets that don’t have an exact corollary in Excel.
You might use the same chart in multiple documents and presentations in G Suite. But if that chart changes, it can be very time-consuming to replace it in each and every …
Ah, the joy of working with Google Apps organizations and Office 365 organizations. While this situation may appear to be painful at first, it’s actually as simple as a click …
Google Sheets is the perfect tool to crunch numbers, store data, and build formulas. However, it can be frustrating when your formulas become too lengthy and you’re no longer able to view …