Google Sheets: Working with Data – Formatting your spreadsheet
[accessally_user_firstname], bring your Google Sheets to life with some colour using the magic of conditional formatting. Conditional formatting allows you to automatically change the colour formatting of a range of cells as the data is entered. This can be really handy if you are using a From to fill your Sheet with data.
You will learn:
|1||Reminders for how to use filtering.|
|2||How to adjust conditional formatting rules|
|3||How to set up conditional formatting to keep track of the status of a process|
|4||Learn about other types of conditional formatting rules|
This video is 6 minutes 10 seconds long:
Possible usage scenarios:
- A senior leader who wants to colourise the stages students are at.
- Quickly identify people who have not paid for something.