Create, edit, and collaborate on spreadsheets with the Google Sheets app. With Sheets you can:
* Create new spreadsheets or edit existing ones
* Share spreadsheets and collaborate with others in the same spreadsheet at the same time
* Work anywhere, anytime - even offline
* Format cells, enter/sort data, view charts, insert formulas, use find/replace, and more
* Never worry about losing your work -- everything is automatically saved as you type
* Open, edit, and save Excel files
Google Sheets is part of Google Workspace: where teams of any size can chat, create, and collaborate.
Google Workspace subscribers have access to additional Google Sheets features, including:
* Easily add collaborators to projects, see changes as they occur, receive notifications for edits that happen while you’re away, and chat with colleagues in the same spreadsheet. All changes are automatically saved as you make them. And with offline access, you can create, view, and edit files wherever and whenever
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* Work seamlessly across Sheets and Excel
* Maintain control with enterprise-grade security
* Analyze data from other business-critical tools
* Build custom solutions
* Bug fixes and performance improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Use every day - throughout the day
I keep multiple sheet’s primarily as to do lists, project lists, shopping lists, and maintenance history lists. We have six family / kids cars being driven daily and I do all the repairs / upkeep. Each vehicle has a tab with a history of oil changes and repairs so I can remember what needs attention. We also used shared spreadsheets to go shopping, plan vacations, party’s, and other family events. It’s great to have a real time, editable by all, sheet we all can access on our phones, computers and iPads. Love it!!! It is missing some of the functions of excel - but more than makes up for it with its ease of use and flexibility. I have also switched to sheets at work for the same reasons. For detailed spreadsheets with lots of functions and formulas I use excel - but for keeping track of projects and things that need to get done - sheets is the way to go. “The best camera is the one you have with you” and sheets is always available and easy to use right on my phone. Great job google!!
Google Sheets for IPad - Fundamentally Flawed
Google Sheets and other programs like it are flexible, able to be used for multiple purpose across many different fields. As such Google Sheets for IPAD may work fine for you but for my job and how I use it I spend more time hitting roadblocks and having to open my computer to accomplish tasks than I should. It leads to the essential question of why even have an app if it will be missing so many core features and have many more that are broken or flawed. The most recent examples include freezing vertical columns doing the opposite of the intended function, the complete lack of in cell text formatting, the lack of advanced sorting features and the inability to open two windows of google sheets at the same time. These are just the broken or missing features that have interrupted my workflow today, I am sure that more will occur in the future. With an app this unfinished I would look to Excel or Apple’s Numbers as alternatives if my work didn’t rely on GSuite for the sharing functionality. If the only reason a user continues to use an app is being locked into the ecosystem, it is not a good app. If you are able avoid Google Sheets and all other Google apps to avoid getting trapped in their ecosystem, especially if you plan to try and use your IPAD as a main work device.
Unable to Edit Shared Sheets
I try to go as mobile as possible, because opening up a computer all the time sometimes is just too much of a hassle or takes way too much time for something that should be done so quickly, such as signing up for a meeting time. Whenever I try to edit a spreadsheet for something like signing up, there’s always an annoying pop-up that says I need to download the app in order to edit at all. And even when I already have it downloaded, I still have to press the only “accept” button on that pop-up, which says “get the app”. It takes me back to the app store, where I then have to press “open”, and opens up to the Google Sheets app, but the sheets I would be trying to edit wouldn’t automatically come up. Checking the “Shared with Me” tab doesn’t do anything, trying the process over again doesn’t do anything, and nor does completely closing the App Store or Google Sheets app then starting the process over again do anything. This practically makes the Sheets app useless for me, because this is pretty much the only reason I need it. When using Sheets, I’m usually just trying to open someone else’s Sheets page, which they linked somewhere, and edit it rather than creating one myself.
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