You might want to collaborate on a file with someone else. In this video, learn how to invite another user to edit or just view your Google Sheet.
- [Instructor] You can share this Google Sheet … so somebody else can look at it or make changes. … Click Share on the top right-hand side of the screen. … To get started, type in a person's email address, … or click inside the field … and if email addresses appear, … you can select one of those, also. … On the right-hand side, click the pull-down … and choose what type of permission level … that user can get. … Right now, Amy can edit the document, … that is, make any change she wants. … I can change it so that she can only comment on the file … or just read it. … I can also add a message, though I don't have to. … Click Send and the user is invited … to share the file. … To see who can work on your file, … click the Share button again. … You can see a list of everybody that has access. … To make changes, click the down arrow … to the right of their name. … You can change their permission level … or remove their access entirely. … …
- 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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