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August 6th, 2015

Microsoft just launched a new iPhone app for people to send messages to their co-workers. It’s called send, and the company says it’s designed for “in-and-out email.”

The app is for people with Office 365 business and school email accounts for now, but Microsoft says it will expand support in the coming months. Read the rest of this entry »

July 9th, 2015

Google announced an update to Google Sheets, its spreadsheets application. Users can now add data labels to display exact values of bars or points. When the user uses line or scatter charts, they can change the shapes of data points, including stars, triangles, pentagons, etc.

When you’re working with spreadsheets, it’s important to turn your raw data into a story. With today’s updates to Google Sheets on the web, you’ll find even more ways to visualize and analyze your data,” says product manager Dan Gundrum. “Charts can make even the largest data sets digestible, so we’ve made a few improvements to help you highlight what’s most important.”

There are also new tools for analyzing spreadsheet data, including the ability to preview formula results as you type so you can more easily spot errors.

You can filter rows and columns by conditions such as “greater than” or “text contains” so you’ll only see the numbers, dates, and text you need. You can also add calculated fieldds to “pivot tables when you want to apply formulas to pivot table data.”

Finally, you can use the GETPIVOTDATA function to more easily get data from your pivot table.

“The more the merrier when it comes to collaborating in Sheets, but sometimes you need to take extra steps to preserve your hard work from accidental edits. With Sheets, you’ve been able to restrict editing to a specific set of users and a specific range, but now you can also warn folks who try to edit certain cells. This way you can collaborate with others, and remind everyone (even yourself) to edit with care.”

The new features are available for Sheets on the web.

June 4th, 2015

With the annual Google I/O conference firmly underway, the announcements are flowing like water. One of those is that Inbox by Gmail is now open to everyone.

The product was unveiled last fall as “the inbox that works for you”. It has been available on an invitation-only basis ever since. I had the good fortune of getting one fairly early, and I can’t say I was particularly fond of it. It didn’t take me long to switch back to Gmail. That said, a lot of people do seem to like it. Read the rest of this entry »

May 7th, 2015

Until they invent cloning, we entrepreneurs will have to work smarter with the technology that’s available to us. Fortunately, there are some great tools out there that help us better manage our time and make it more fun to run a business. Read the rest of this entry »

April 9th, 2015

If you’re using excel spreadsheets to manage your inventory (or even just pen and paper), you’re not alone.

With all the challenges that come with running a business, figuring out what to use to manage inventory sometimes gets put on the back burner. Read the rest of this entry »

March 12th, 2015

In this episode of the Future in Five, I talk about the future of Email and whether it’s going to go away forever. The complete elimination of email is highly unlikely, at least for the foreseeable future, however some companies are embarking on a journey to do just that, at least for internal communication and collaboration purposes. Read the rest of this entry »