Here are four helpful Google spreadsheet templates to help you capture ideas, organize thoughts, rank criteria, and make informed decisions.
Here’s a simple and useful Google Sheets-based framework for scoring criteria to help make informed decisions from the folks at Spreadsheet Solving.
This free Google spreadsheet allows groups of people to rank and assign value to a list of competing priorities by spending an imaginary $100 across categories.
Here’s a free visual Heat Map for Google Sheets for groups to rank a list of competing priorities and discover where they’re aligned.
Spreadsheets are the most powerful personal finance tool. See how their unique features can help you manage your money and fully optimize your financial life.
Predicting future bank account balances in Google Sheets can help you maximize savings and debt repayments while avoiding overdrafts and interest payments.
CSV stands for “comma-separated values.” They’re commonly used to exchange data between banks and spreadsheets such as Google Sheets.
Great news: Google Sheets now officially supports 5 million cells. This update was announced back at Google Next ‘18, but was just recently made live for everyone. Ben Collins shared…
To use emoji in Google Sheets, simply cut and paste the emoji of your choice from Emojipedia or from the cheat sheet below into an empty cell.