Have you ever suffered with data mess in spreadsheets? Fear not, my spreadsheet geeky friends! Today, I’m going to introduce you to the magic of DSUM formulas with Google Sheets - you’re going to love it!
When I first started learning how to use Excel, I was terrified of the formulas. They looked like they belonged in a calculus class, not a spreadsheet program. But over time, I learned that formulas are actually pretty simple - you just need to know what you're doing.
Are you tired of manually computing your data in Google Sheets? Do numbers and formulas scare you? Fear no more! As a marketing expert, I know how overwhelming it can be to navigate through formulas, especially for beginners.
If you're like me, sometimes spreadsheets can be a bit daunting. But fear not, my friend! I've got just the thing to help you conquer your spreadsheet fears - IMCOS: Google Sheets Formulas Explained!
Hello there! Are you looking for a way to make your life easier when it comes to working with numbers in Google Sheets? Well, you've come to the right place because I'm about to introduce you to one of the most useful formulas in Sheets: ISNUMBER.
Hey there, fellow Excel enthusiasts! Today, we're going to take a deep dive into one of my absolute favorite Excel functions: STDEV.S. Sure, it may not sound like the most exciting thing on the planet, but trust me, once you start to understand it, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it.
Hey there, marketing enthusiasts! Today, I’m going to share with you something that will make your life much easier. Yes, that's right. I’m talking about Google Sheets formulas.
Being a marketer, I’ve always used Excel to organize my data and drive insights. But I’ll also admit, as much as I use Excel, there are often times when I find myself completely stumped or overwhelmed with the number of formulas and functions available.
As a marketer, I spend most of my workday staring at spreadsheets, trying to make sense of data to inform my decisions. Excel has been my reliable companion for years. It’s a powerful tool that can crunch numbers, create charts, and solve complex problems.
When it comes to spreadsheets, Google Sheets is one of the best tools out there. It’s great for organizing data, keeping track of projects and budgets, and even creating simple databases. But did you know that Google Sheets has built-in formulas that can help you do even more?