With the help of Google Sheets, your business is in good hands. You can create, edit, and share spreadsheets with coworkers, clients, and prospects among others. Best yet, you can create a Dasheroo dashboard from a Google Sheet as well!
Getting started with Google Sheets is as simple as signing into your Google account and creating a blank spreadsheet. From there, the real fun begins. This is when you decide how to use the tool to benefit your business.
Here are three of the best ways to use Google Sheets!
Create a Content Calendar
The successful creation and management of a content calendar is of utmost importance. This helps you remain organized, plan content for the future, assign tasks, and get a clear overview of what’s to come.
With Google Sheets, you can create any type of content calendar. It can be as basic or in-depth as you require. Furthermore, you can rely on a variety of features, such as templates, to enhance the efficiency of your calendar.
Many companies neglect to track expenses because they don’t have a system in place for doing so. But remember, you don’t need expensive software to get started.
A basic spreadsheet is all you need. If you want to take things to the next level, you can choose from a variety of templates.
There are budget and expense templates available in the Google Template Gallery, all of which can be customized to meet the needs of your business.
Are you tired of sharing Excel spreadsheets via email? Are you seeking a more efficient solution?
Collaboration is a breeze with Google Sheets. Best yet, everyone can work together in the same spreadsheet in real time. There are no limitations here. Top collaboration features include:
- Share with anyone at any time.
- Edit in real time, allowing others to see your changes.
- Chat and comment with others inside any spreadsheet.
Get Over to Google Sheets and Create Yours Today!
If you have yet to create your first Google Sheet, now is the time to do so. Use this tool in one of the ways detailed above, or come up with your own unique solution.
Do you have any other tips on how to best use Google Sheets for business?