CBR: Forced Google Sheets Migration Leaves Users Fuming Over Broken Services

CBR: Forced Google Sheets Migration Leaves Users Fuming Over Broken Services. “Developers are up in arms over a forced migration to version four of Google Sheets in March 2020, saying the migration breaks numerous functionalities…. A key feature used by programmers in Google Sheets v3 was the ability to run structured queries on Sheets that returned only matching rows.”

How-To Geek: How to Use Sparklines in Google Sheets

How-To Geek: How to Use Sparklines in Google Sheets. “When you’re working with large amounts of data in a Google Sheets spreadsheet, it isn’t always convenient to drop a chart into the mix. To help you, you can create one-cell charts using the SPARKLINE function instead. A sparkline chart is a very small line chart that allows you to quickly visualize your data. It’s useful if you want to quickly see if share price data in a spreadsheet was going up or down, for instance.”

How-To Geek: How to Concatenate Data from Multiple Cells in Google Sheets

How-To Geek: How to Concatenate Data from Multiple Cells in Google Sheets. “In Google Sheets, if you want to link data from multiple cells together, you don’t have to merge them. You can use the CONCAT, CONCATENATE, and JOIN functions to combine them in one cell. These functions range from the simplistic (CONCAT) to the complex (JOIN). CONCATENATE offers the most flexibility, as it allows you to manipulate the linked data with operators and additional content.”

How-To Geek: How to Build Instant Charts with Google Sheets’ Explore Feature

How-To Geek: How to Build Instant Charts with Google Sheets’ Explore Feature. “The Explore feature in Google Sheets helps you gain insight from the data in your spreadsheets with the power of machine learning. Explore automatically analyzes everything in Sheets to make visualizing data easier.”

How-To Geek: How to Create a Gantt Chart in Google Sheets

How-To Geek: How to Create a Gantt Chart in Google Sheets. “A Gantt chart is a commonly used type of bar chart that illustrates the breakdown of a project’s schedule into tasks or events displayed against time. Google Sheets has a handy feature to help you create a Gantt chart for your project.”