Freelancer Toolkit: Collaborating with Google Sheets

Declan Nishiyama, Sharing business skills with the community

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12 Lessons (18m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Opening Sheets and How it's Different

    • 3. Getting Familiar with Sheets

    • 4. Adding Data to your Spreadsheet

    • 5. Adding Formatting and Style to Data

    • 6. Formulas and Logic

    • 7. Sorting and Filtering

    • 8. Conditional Formatting

    • 9. Google Explore!

    • 10. Sharing and Collaborating

    • 11. Sharing Comments

    • 12. Class Project

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6 of 6 students recommend this class
Natalia Maca

Illustration & Design

Really fun class and easy to follow for everyone who is new to google spreadsheets.
Thank you! There are a lot of very helpful tips for sorting, analyzing, and reformatting data. I learned a lot in about 15 minutes that I will be able to use immediately, so thanks for that. Can you do another class on using formulas? Also, as a person who works with a lot of freelancers, a stunning amount of them do not understand the concept of how to find the Sheets and docs within a Google account and getting the basics set up, and then signed in to be able to use Google Sheets. Then opening the file with the app option, instead of view only mode is another place they get stuck. Once the freelancer (or colleague) is there, then things are normally ok. So, if you can go a bit slower in the beginning with a bit more focus on getting to Google sheets, that would help a lot of freelancers.