The COUNTIF function in Google Sheets is a simple function which allows for the user to count a range of cells according to one specific filter. If more filters are …
Very similar to our previous article on how to make a header row in Google Sheets, in this article we’ll show how you can lock a column in Google Sheets. …
I was recently working with a lot data on my Google Sheets spreadsheet and as I scrolled down the page the information from the top rows moved off and I …
Do you need to compress those large numbers in your spreadsheet down by representing them as thousands, or millions? This simple custom formatting technique will help you clean up your numbers real quick!
How do you find the difference between two dates in Google Sheets? Do you just subtract two dates? Or is there a handy formula you can use to better calculate the difference. In most spreadsheets there is a handy little function called DATEDIF (date dif) which can do more than just find the difference in days between two dates.
The only limitation with the ARRAY_CONSTRAIN function is it fetches from the upper-leftmost corner of the range. Here we combine the QUERY and TRANSPOSE functions to flip a range, so the ARRAY_CONSTRAIN formula can fetch from the lower-rightmost corner of a range.
When using the QUERY function in Google Sheets how can we ignore certain rows based on the criteria of some cells being blank?
How do you merge multiple columns into one column in Google Sheets using the QUERY function? In this 4 simple step-by-step process we share the formula, and teach you along the way on how component within the function works by providing commentary and photos at each change.
Merge multi-columned data to one column before expanding it out into a different columned layout using the QUERY and ARRAYFORMULA functions in Google Sheets.
How do you calculate the sum of values across columns when the length of the range of those columns is dynamic? Use the INDEX function, as demonstrated in this post.
What happens when you get the oblique error from Excel VBA that there has been an invalid property assignment (Error 450)? Here’s how I was able to find the solution.
How can you easily check if a Google Sheet cell has a value, and if it doesn’t to set a default value when assigning it to a variable in Google App Script?
Continuing to advance my feature previously on combining two columns into one unique column, here we combine multiple columns into one unique sorted column in Google Sheets.
If you need to join two columns of unknown height together then follow this step-by-step illustrated guide.