Google Sheets is a powerful (and free) cloud-based tool that allows us to organize data effectively and efficiently. The secret to taking full advantage of everything Google Sheets has to offer is tapping into its extensive list of formulas.
Without a set of proficient formulas at the ready, you could spend hours sorting, splitting, merging, adding, deleting, and searching for data. On the other hand, if you know exactly which formulas to use for specific tasks, you will save yourself so much time (and, let’s be honest, mental energy).
You can also make your shareable sheets much cleaner and more manageable for yourself and anyone else who needs to use them.
What SEOs Need
As SEOs, we don’t want to spend all our time cleaning up messy spreadsheets. We want our spreadsheets to be helpful resources that work for us – simplifying tasks and presenting vital data clearly. Today, I want to share a list of basic formulas I know will help you work faster and smarter, so you have more time to spend on other tasks you love.
Maybe you are a rookie when it comes to Google Sheets, and you have no idea where to start. Or maybe you already love using this resource and want to take full advantage of everything it has to offer. Either way, the following list of formulas is a great set of tools to have on hand.
A Few Google Sheet Basics Before We Start
Before we dive into the formulas themselves, we want to cover a few fundamentals for beginners out there. Knowing these basic…