In this article, we will focus on another Google product called Google Sheets, and how to enable Google Sheets dark mode for a better overall user experience.
Google Sheets is an online spreadsheet application part of the free web-based software office suite offered by Google. Google Sheets provides users with the option to create and format spreadsheets and simultaneously work with other people. The application is used by individuals and various businesses and schools to manage spreadsheet data by allowing its customers to create and edit files online while collaborating with other users in real-time.
Why should you consider Google Sheets over other alternatives such as Office Online, Zoho, and others.
Probably the best feature of Google Sheets is that it allows collaborative editing with other users. The possibility to open a single document and edit it by multiple users simultaneously, rather than emailing one document to multiple people, is a crucial benefit. Users are able to see in real-time every change made by other collaborators, and all changes are automatically saved to Google servers. With an implemented sidebar chat feature in Google Sheets, collaborators can discuss the edits at the moment of their creation and make recommendations and reviews instantly. Every change is tracked by the “Revision History” feature, with the option to review past edits and revert any unwanted modifications.
Another great addition in Google Sheets is the Explore feature introduced back in September 2016. By using machine learning to bring additional functionalities, this feature provides a lot of information based on the data added to the spreadsheet alongside the ability to auto-update itself depending on the selected data. Users are able to do numerous tasks such as to ask questions, build charts, visualize data, create pivot tables, and format the spreadsheet with different colors. Imagine that you are preparing a monthly budget, and you have already added all the expenses to the spreadsheet. With the Explore feature, you can filter the cost of specific expenses such as food, clothing, entertainment, travel, etc.
Offline mode editing Mobile and desktop Google Sheets users have the option to edit their spreadsheets offline. Desktop users with Chrome browser need to install the “Google Docs Offline” Chrome extension to enable offline editing for Google Sheets. Mobile users can download the Google Sheets app for Android and iOS, which supports offline editing. Multiple spreadsheet file formats support Google Sheets supports various spreadsheet file formats and types which can be viewed and converted, including .xlsx .xls .xlsm .xlt .xltx .xltxm .ods .csv .tsv Users can also open, edit, save and export spreadsheets and doc files into Google Sheets.
Google products integration Google Form, Google Finance, Google Translate, and Google Drawings can be integrated with Google Sheets. This means that you can input information in Google Forms or other Google product, and then import this information into Google Sheets, which is really useful.
No credit card, no names, nothing is required - install on your preferred browser and enjoy completely for free for 3 months. After that, you can stick with the free forever Lite version and subscribe for $9 per year. See by yourself how this dark mode browser extension can help you fight with eye strain.