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November 2019

Take the Getting Started with Google Sheets course on Coursera

Sign up to take our Getting Started with Google Sheets course on Coursera.

August 2019

Add a theme to a spreadsheet

Choose a theme or create your own to design your spreadsheet. Learn more about themes in Google Sheets.

Add a slicer to filter your data 

Add Slicers to your spreadsheet to filter your tables, charts, or pivot tables by categories you choose. Learn how to add a slicer.
Call out key metrics with scorecard charts
You can call attention to key metrics or stats within your sheet with a scorecard chart. Learn how to insert a scorecard chart.

July 2019

Add a border color to charts

Choose a custom color for the border around your chart. Learn how to customize your charts.

June 2019

Identify who changed a specific cell in a spreadsheet

Identify who changed the data in any of your cells. Learn when the data was changed, and what the value had previously been. Learn more about edit history in Sheets.

May, 2019

Trim whitespace & remove duplicates in your spreadsheet

Quickly remove duplicate rows or extra whitespace in your spreadsheet. Learn more about these features in Google Sheets.

April 2019

Edit Office files with Google Docs, Sheets & Slides 

You can now directly edit, comment, and collaborate on Office files using Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Learn how to use Office editing.

Quickly format charts, pivot tables, images & more

You can now copy and paste images into Sheets, select multiple objects, and use guides to align, size, and position them. You can also choose where to place pivot tables, and add charts that automatically stay updated. Learn more about the new object features in Sheets.

March, 2019

Add images inside of cells

It’s now easier to insert images in cells in Google Sheets. In addition to the IMAGE function, you can use the new option found inside the Insert menu. Learn how to add an image inside a cell.

January 2019

Analyze large data sets with BigQuery & Google Sheets

You can now analyze and share data easily with the BigQuery data connector for Google Sheets. Ensure a single source of truth, streamline reporting, and collaborate in a familiar spreadsheet interface. Learn how to analyze your BigQuery data using Google Sheets.

Apply unique colors to chart elements

Give a chart element (such as a bar on a bar graph or a point or line on a line graph) a unique color, instead of the same color for all similar elements. You can emphasize a specific part of a chart to tell a better story. Learn how to edit your chart’s individual points and bars.

December, 2018

Manage larger spreadsheets

Now you can ingest and process much larger data sets in Google Sheets. Create and manage spreadsheets with up to 5 million cells.

Download charts as vector graphics from Google Sheets

You can now export charts from Google Sheets in .svg and .pdf formats. These vector files can be resized and zoomed without loss of quality. Learn how to download your charts.

September, 2018

Connect with Salesforce from Google Sheets

Import data and reports from Salesforce into Sheets and push updates you make in Sheets back to Salesforce. Use this connector to optimize workflows and reduce duplicate work between the two products. Learn how to import, edit, and sync Salesforce data with Google Sheets.

July, 2018

 Integrate SAP with Google Sheets

You can now export data directly from SAP GUI and SAP ECC 6.0 to Sheets. Find new insights in your ERP data with tools like charts, pivot tables, and Explore.
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