The Explore Data feature is a fun way to examine your data. In this video,learn how to get questions answered, look at alternate rows, and see visual charts in the Explore pane.
- [Instructor] The Explore Data feature is a fun way … to look at the data that you have on a Google Sheet. … To get started, click Explore on the bottom right-hand side. … At the very top, you can see the range … that it used to correlate the data. … Directly underneath that are questions … that you can answer about your data. … You'll notice that where the cursor is on your sheet … will change the values of what you can look up, … although you can ask about existing data. … You can click on any question to see the answer. … When you're done, click the back button … on the top of the pane. … You can change formatting options right from here, … and if you continue to scroll down, … you can see your data analyzed by charts and graphs. … When you're done, close out of the pane … by clicking the X on the top right hand side. … …
- Wrapping text
- Collaborating with others on a spreadsheet
- Freezing and locking panes
- Auto-filling data quickly
- Rotating cell data
- Formatting spreadsheets
- Protecting sheets
- Inserting links
- Filtering views
- Undoing unwanted changes
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Google Sheets Quick Tips
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