Everyone understands how to type documents in Word or edit spreadsheets in Google Sheets, but did you know that there are some commonly-overlooked features in both Google Docs and Office 365 (among other office productivity suites) that are generally underutilized? To help your business grow and work more efficiently, we’re going to give a couple of useful tips that can help you boost your productivity to new levels.
Both Office and Google Docs have a range of collaborative features that allow you and your team to work simultaneously on documents, drastically speeding up your workflow.
Since Office and Google Docs can be used together with cloud-based services, it means that you can access and edit your documents on-the-go wherever you are.
Gone are the days of long email chains that take forever or phone calls at inopportune times. Simply leave a comment on the document while highlighting certain areas that you want to bring attention to and you’ll get a response much faster.
A lot of people just think that spreadsheets are just grids with numbers. Some intermediate users know that you can add formulas to the cells, resulting in a dynamic spreadsheet that can show a lot more information than you think. As you get more advanced, you can refer to the infographic below to learn more about formatting your Excel sheets for usability.