How to Sum a Column in Google Sheets [Mobile Apps & Desktop] – By Lee Stanton alphr.com
Google Sheets is undoubtedly a part of the modern business starter pack. This useful app lets you keep your data organized, clear, and up-to-date at all times. And it’s quite user-friendly!
How to See Basic Calculations Without Formulas in Google Sheets – By Sandy Writtenhouse How-To Geek
Are there times when you want to see a quick sum or average of your data, but don’t necessarily need the formula result in your spreadsheet? In Google Sheets, you can select the cells and see basic calculations without formulas.
How to bypass Gmail’s attachment size limit and send large files by businessinsider.com
Gmail has a limit to how big those attachments can be. It’s a way to stop spammers from flooding your inbox (and Google’s servers) with large, useless files. Here’s everything to know about Gmail’s attachment limits — including how to get past them.
How to Use Google Docs as a Book Writing Software – By Johnathan Jaehnig MakeUseOf
You’re writing a book, but you’re not a rich author yet. Nonetheless, you still need free writing software. An auto-saving program. Software that allows you to access the draft from anywhere, track changes, and control who can edit it. Google Docs gives you a lot of tools that let you use the platform as your novel writing software.
How to install Google Docs on your Chromebook and why you should – By Jack Wallen TechRepublic
If you’re a Google Docs power user who works with a Chromebook, this is one handy tip you’ll want to implement.
Formula suggestions, new for Google Sheets, will save us all – By Jules Wang Android Police
Spreadsheets: you build them up with data points, make the rules by dropping down formulae, then watch them not make sense when an exception occurs. We can’t help with you that, but maybe Google Sheets can make the interminable process more tolerable with its new context-aware formula suggestions.
How to Remove “Orphaned” Files Taking Up Space in Google Drive – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek
Google Drive is a great free service, but it has limited storage. You might notice that your account is filling up quicker than it should. That might be thanks to hidden “orphaned” files. We’ll show you how to remove them.
How to Stay Under Your 15 GB of Free Storage From Google – By David Nield WIRED
Sign up for a Google account and you get 15 GB of cloud storage space for free, split across three main products—Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Photos. Once you exceed that limit, you need to sign up for a Google One storage plan, and they start at $1.99 per month for 100 GB of space.
7 Google Drive Tips that will Save You Time! – By Simpletivity YouTube VIDEO
Google Drive is great for so many things. But it’s even better when you can save time and work faster! In this video, Scott Friesen shows you his favorite time-saving tips and tricks for Google Drive.
Google’s New Drive for Desktop App Makes Syncing Files and Photos Easier – By Rajesh Pandey www-makeuseof-com.cdn.ampproject.org
Google has launched a new Drive for desktop app, replacing its previous Backup and Sync app. The new sync client is available for Windows and macOS and offers several new features and improvements missing from the previous sync client.
Google Drive Tips You Can’t Afford To Miss – By Eric Griffith au.pcmag.com
Raise your hand if you remember Writely. A four-person company called Upstartle launched the online-only word processor in August 2005, taking advantage of a then-new browser technology called AJAX. It allowed users to instantly save and retrieve content generated in the browser but stored on the server. And it worked so well that Google bought Upstartle less than a year later. At the time, a product like Writely was unique (the software didn’t come on a CD), and considered a gamble.
How to Position Images Behind or in Front of Text in Google Docs – By Sandy Writtenhouse How-To Geek
When you create a document where the images are key components, their placement in relation to the text is important. Google Docs allows you to put text over an image or position text behind the image.
Google Drive tips and tricks: 9 features you might have missed – By Matt Elliott www-cnet-com.cdn.ampproject.org
I use Google’s services every day, including Google Drive. I use them for work. I wrote this story in Google Docs, in fact. I use them at home, whether using Sheets to map out the summer schedule for my kids, or adding to my ever-expanding folder of recipes — it makes it easy to share favorites with friends or access needed ingredients on my phone when I’m at the grocery store. It’s hard to imagine my digital life before Google.
How to Sort in Google Sheets – By Column X How-To Geek
When reviewing or analyzing a spreadsheet, one thing that you might need to do is sort your data. Fortunately, you can easily sort an entire sheet or a range of cells alphabetically, numerically, or by color in Google Sheets.
How to Lock an Image’s Position in Google Docs – By Sandy Writtenhouse How-To Geek
Laying out a document with both text and images can sometimes be a challenge. To make this task a bit easier, you can lock an image into a fixed position in Google Docs.
How to Convert Multiple Word Documents to Google Docs – By Mahesh Makvana How-To Geek
Tired of individually converting each Microsoft Word document to Google Docs? Use an option on Google Drive to convert multiple documents at once instead. We’ll show you how to do it.