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Spreadsheets vs Databases, which one is better?

Spreadsheets and databases play a huge part in the daily operations of many businesses. Understanding the key differences between them is vital if you want to make the best use of either or both of them. Spreadsheets and databases involve … Read More

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Uploading Excel Files to Google Sheets

Google Sheets is great for collaborative work, but sometimes you like using Excel for the initial development. Have no fear, because you can easily convert from Excel to Google Sheets (and vice versa). Direct Upload If you already have your … Read More

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10 tips and tricks that maximize your results in Google Sheets

A lot of people have already chosen to work with Google Sheets. One of the reasons for this change, is that with Google Sheets, you can create and edit spreadsheets directly in your web browser—no special software is required. Multiple … Read More

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Big data and how to benefit from its potential

Big data is actually what it sounds like. It’s the enormous amounts of information generated and gathered by modern technology. On top of the traditional scientific sources, big data is almost everything else now too. New analytical techniques are transforming … Read More

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Linktelligence: How to measure connectivity between spreadsheets?

Whenever a team or a domain uses Sheetgo, they start to create a system that consists of connected and linked spreadsheets. In other words, linked spreadsheets inside a domain are intelligent because they form part of a bigger neuronal grid of … Read More

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Cash Flow Template for Google Sheets

A cash flow template is designed to be the main tool that you will use to manage your finances day to day. The Sheetgo Cash Flow Template for Google Sheets is more than just a static spreadsheet. It’s a cashflow management system … Read More

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How to use the WEEKNUM formula in Google Sheets

In Google Sheets, if we need to know what specific week a date falls on, we can make use of the WEEKNUM formula to find that out. The week numbers will range from 1 to 53. Syntax WEEKNUM(date, [type]) date … Read More

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How to use the DATEDIF formula in Google Sheets

In Google Sheets, if we need to know how far two different dates are separated from each other, we can make use of the DATEDIF formula. It stands for “Date Difference”. Depending on the specified unit type, the output is … Read More

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How to use the ROW formula in Google Sheets

The ROW formula is one of the lookup functions available within Google Sheets. It gives us the row number where the specified cell or a range of cells are located. Syntax ROW([cell_reference]) cell_reference – is the address reference to the … Read More

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How to use the COLUMN formula in Google Sheets

The COLUMN formula is one of the lookup functions available within Google Sheets. It gives us the column number where the specified cell or a range of cells are located. Syntax COLUMN([cell_reference]) cell_reference – is the address reference to the … Read More

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