Google Sheets allows users to edit, organize, update, and analyze business data from a wide variety of sources. Like any spreadsheet, it allows you to use built-in formulas, pivot tables, and conditional formatting to gain new insights and share them instantly with your team. Google Sheets also has built-in charts you can use to visualize your data, but there is no way to easily combine charts into a cross-functional dashboard or report. That’s where Databox shines.
You can use Databox with Google Sheets to create beautiful and insightful visualizations of your data. One of the key benefits of Databox is its ability to combine multiple data sources in one place. You can pull data from multiple Google sheets or ranges within them to create custom dashboards showing the most important KPIs for each segment of your business or each initiative you undertake. The Google Sheets integration with Databox makes it easy to select the data you want from multiple sheets and ranges, choose the right way to visualize the data, and design your dashboard with just a few clicks. You can size and arrange each dashboard metric to tell your data story in the most compelling way.
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