Google introduced new features to its Sheets app on Thursday.
The new features includes the ability to edit a spreadsheet while offline. This feature will make it easier for business workers that are travelling to complete work. The new feature works by syncing up the edited and original documents once the user has internet access. While this is a handy feature, it can only be used with spreadsheets that were made after the update to Google Sheets, reports Network World.
Other new features include Google removing or making less strict limits on the number of cells that can be copied and pasted, as well as how many cells a document can contain. These new features will also be aided by Sheet’s new ability to highlight errors in mathematical entries and faster processing of math problems, Network World notes.
Check out the video below for more information regarding the new features in Google Sheets.