Webinars: Advantages, features, and possible uses

Webinar: definition, basics, and possible uses

The internet and World Wide Web have brought humanity closer together – it has never been easier to share information, experiences, and memories than it is today. More and more often, the web also serves as a platform for further education. So-called webinars - i.e. online seminars – are replacing classic face-to-face lectures. Companies and teachers now communicate knowledge online instead of in...

MOOCs

MOOC – the online education platform

MOOC opens the door to a new era of learning. Massive open online courses give everyone with internet access the opportunity to receive education at the highest level – online, without admission restrictions, and best of all, massive open online courses are free of charge. With the help of video clips, online forums, and quizzes, it is now possible to learn more about any topic via a MOOC. Anyone...

Guerilla marketing | Advertising with a viral effect

Guerrilla marketing: effective ads in the age of advertising

In this era of Facebook, Twitter, etc. it’s more important than ever for businesses to attract consumers’ attention. But in such a barrage of multimedia ads, how do you succeed in getting noticed? Through the use of remarkable advertising techniques, so-called guerilla marketing offers the opportunity to reach millions of social media users worldwide. Welcome to guerilla marketing 2.0 – where...

Zoom alternatives

Zoom alternatives: a comparison of the main competitors

Alternatives to the popular video conferencing software Zoom are having their moment in the spotlight as a growing number of people are organizing video calls daily. Free alternatives to Zoom include a wide range of features, especially since the market for video conferencing software has become more complex and competitive ever since the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Many providers continue to...

What is a QR code?

What is a QR code?

What do stamps, tickets, and posters have in common in the 21st century? More than you might think: Many companies now use QR codes on printed items for a variety of purposes. They can be used to quickly read data and execute commands. How does a QR code work? Which QR code scanner apps are the best? And what are the disadvantages of using these graphic codes?

Excel DATEDIF function

Excel: The DATEDIF function explained

Microsoft Excel has many functions that help you produce calculations, statistics, and tables. Some of these functions do not even make it into the official list in the software. DATEDIF is one of those hidden functions that can help you calculate periods of time. The result can be shown in days, months or years. We’ll explain how it works.

Excel: INDIRECT Function

Excel: The INDIRECT Function Explained

In Excel, we almost always work with cell references. Rather than entering values into formulas individually, we pull them from the cells of tables. The INDIRECT Excel function enables you to even obtain references from other cells. This can be helpful when working with multiple worksheets or when creating complex formulas, for example. We explain how to use INDIRECT in Excel.

Excel WORKDAY function

Excel's WORKDAY function explained

Many people use dates regularly in Microsoft Excel. However, the problem with dates is that they don’t automatically distinguish between working days and weekends. Excel does, however, provide a function that allows you to analyze working days separately. Using Excel’s WORKDAY function, you can calculate deadlines more precisely.

Excel: MATCH Function

Excel: The MATCH Function Explained

To work with large data sets, long tables, and large arrays, Excel offers several features. These facilitate navigation through the mass of values and data. For instance, to quickly find the right cell, you can use MATCH in Excel. The function searches for a value and then specifies the position of the cell. How does it work?

SUMIF in Excel

The Excel SUMIF function explained

Get more out of Excel: SUMIF makes it easier to work with balance sheets and analyses. Add only the values you need – completely automatically. From simple calculations to complex formulas, it’s all possible with the SUMIF function in Excel. How do you use the function? And what does the syntax look like?


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