Microsoft Makes Working with Formulas Easier in Excel for Web with New Features
Redmond based software behemoth Microsoft has rolled out new features in its spread sheet offering Excel for web which are designed to make working with formulas easier. The new features include formula suggestions and an interesting formula by example feature which determines patterns in data and tries to fill out the remaining cells/columns.
Other key features that are included in this roll out includes suggested links which are designed with an eye to make working with cloud workbooks more intuitive and an option to add a search bar in the query pane.
Excel, the flagship spreadsheet product from Microsoft has been around since the 1980’s, and has become a staple for businesses and individuals alike. It was first released as a part of the Microsoft Office suite in 1993, and has since grown into its own program with a variety of features. Excel has been used for everything from data management and analysis to creating charts and diagrams. It has become one of the most popular spreadsheet programs in the world, and continues to gain new users with Excel for web available as a part of Microsoft 365.
Besides the current update, Excel already has some great new features that can help you get more out of your data. Some of the new features include: improved charting capabilities, data types and calculations, improved accessibility options, and a new natural language query feature. All of these features can make your data analysis more efficient and enjoyable. If you’d like to learn more about the new features in Excel, you can check out Microsoft’s website for details.