Google Spreadsheet Filter Formula
How to use filter formula in Google Spreadsheet?
To use the filter formula in Google Spreadsheets, you can follow these steps:
Open the Google Spreadsheet that contains the data you want to filter.
Select the range of cells that contains the data you want to filter.
Click on the “Data” menu in the top menu bar.
Choose “Create a filter” from the dropdown menu.
You will see filter arrows appear in the header row of each column. Click on the arrow for the column you want to filter.
Choose the filter criteria you want to use. For example, you might want to filter by a specific value, by text containing a certain word, or by a date range.
Once you have selected your filter criteria, click “OK.”
You will now see only the data that meets your filter criteria. To remove the filter, click on the “Data” menu and choose “Turn off filter.”
Alternatively, you can use the FILTER formula to apply a filter directly to your data. Here’s an example of how to use the FILTER formula:
Select a cell where you want to display the filtered data.
Enter the following formula: =FILTER(range, condition1, [condition2, …])
“range” refers to the range of cells you want to filter.
“condition1” is the first condition you want to apply to the filter.
You can add additional conditions by separating them with a comma.
Press Enter to apply the formula.
You will now see the filtered data in the cell you selected.
Note: The FILTER formula is a dynamic formula, so it will update automatically when you change the data in the original range or modify the filter conditions.
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