## How to Use the IFS Function in Google Sheets

In google sheets, the IFS, much like the IF function, is used to conditionally format your data according to various criteria and multiple conditions. While the IF function

## Logical Tests and The Foundation of Conditional Functions in Google Sheets

Learning how to run a logical test is the foundation for understanding the more confusing if-then statement functions later on in Sheets. Today, I will show you how

## How to Find the Sum of a Column in Google Sheets

Use this technique to quickly find the sum of an entire column of data in Google Sheets quickly and effectively.Without further ado, let's get right into it=SUM(Column Cell

## How to Use “ImportRange” in Google Sheets

With "ImportRange", you will be able to exchange cell ranges between URLs and data tables with Ease. I will show you how to use the IMPORT-RANGE function along with

## How to Transpose Data in Google Sheets

Transposing Data is when you reorient your data from Vertical to Horizontal, and vice versa. I will show you how to do so in Google Sheets. It is

## How To Name a Cell Range in Google Sheets

With Google Sheets, you can organize massive ranges of Cells super easy, thanks to the ability to name your ranges. Learn how to do so in just a

## How to use the SUMIF Function in Google Sheets (with Worksheet and Examples)

The Google Sheets sumif function is a conditional formula, similar to COUNTIF, that lets you find the sum of cells that meet certain criteria.In a google spreadsheet, sumif

## How to Use the COUNTIF Function in Google Sheets

COUNTIF is a conditional function, like SUMIF, that lets you find the number of times that your data will meet certain criteria. I will show you how to

## How to Use the HLOOKUP Function in Google Sheets

The HLookup (Horizontal Lookup) Function is used to extract information from massive tables where the data is organized by row, and not by column.Think about it like it's

## Formula Parse Errors in Google Sheets; What They Are and How to Fix Them

Formula Parse Errors are Google's way to tell you that something is wrong with your work. Sometimes, when you run an equation or a command through Google Sheets,