All About solving problems with Google Sheets
What is Google Sheets?
Google Sheets is an online spreadsheet application included as part of Google Workspace. It is a powerful tool for storing, analyzing, and presenting data. You can share your spreadsheets with anyone and edit in real time with collaborators anywhere in the world
Spread that sheet: Get your team members anywhere in the world work together on the same spreadsheet. Many companies have found this collaborative work flow a big money and time saver.
Pull it from the Web: Google Spreadsheets features some unique functions that help you pull data directly from the Web. Not to forget the tons of built-in functions for all the standard finance, statistics, math, and database needs you'd expect.
Analyze it: Drill down, get that breakthrough insight. Google Spreadsheets includes powerful data analysis tools such as pivot tables, filters, data validation, and solver.
Plot ‘em and chart ‘em: Creation of standard charts like line graphs, scatter plots, pie charts, bar charts and more made easy. Also, use Sheets to capture data in unique dynamic chart types like timeline charts, motion charts, and more.
Map it: If your data is most meaningful when it's visualized, you could import it to a map using Google Spreadsheets.
Sheets lets you create and edit spreadsheets directly in a Web browser. No special software is required. Multiple users can work simultaneously. You can see individual changes as they are made, and all changes are saved automatically. When you and a collaborator are simultaneously editing a spreadsheet, the latter's Google account profile photo or first initial will appear in the upper right hand corner so that you could chat with the person in real time.