Joy of Missing Out

JOMO: The mindful countertrend to FOMO

 

JOMO (joy of missing out) is the antithesis of FOMO (fear of missing out). Younger people especially are discovering the joy of missing out for themselves. They’re enjoying the moment, instead of chasing after trendy events and comparing themselves to others on social media. JOMO...

 

Video conferencing

Video conferencing: How to make virtual meetings a success

 

Flexible working models are hard to imagine without video conferencing. Employees from different locations can meet easily for personal exchanges on a digital platform. But which software is recommended for optimal video conferencing? How can you make video conferencing more...

 

Skype alternatives

The best alternatives to Skype: 13 free applications for video calls

 

For millions of people around the world, video chats and conferences are an essential part of daily life – for both work and leisure. When it comes to video telephony software and applications, Skype is one of the pack leaders. In fact, many people are unaware that there’s a...

 

Promote your website

Promoting your website: crash course for beginners

 

There are well over one billion websites worldwide. If you’re a newcomer and want to improve your online presence, you need a well-thought-out strategy and a lot of patience. But solid online marketing efforts can give a website the desired reach. From SEM, to display, to mobile:...

 

The best TeamViewer alternatives

Alternatives to TeamViewer

 

You don’t always have to use the market leader – this also applies to remote access. TeamViewer is still the most widely-used solution for remote management and online meetings, but there are numerous alternatives on the market which can be considered. We present some serious...

 

Collaboration tools: a comparison of the best solutions

Collaboration tools: the best apps for better productivity

 

The bigger your business, the more difficult it is to manage all the different teams and projects. It’s especially difficult if not all employees are located in the same place – this is when planning resources and communicating quickly becomes a gigantic task. Collaboration...

 

How to identify phishing e-mails and protect your data

Identifying phishing e-mails: the telltale signs at a glance

 

Scammers send out dubious e-mails attempting to obtain sensitive data from internet users every day. This is known as phishing and isn’t just annoying; fraudulent e-mails cost millions each year as internet users fall victim to them. We reveal how to identify phishing e-mails and...

 

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: 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'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: 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?

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?

Excel tables: How to perfectly format your data

Excel is a powerful tool for formatting, analyzing and presenting your data. Excel lets you create tables that perfectly organize groups of data and provide useful features like sorting and filtering functions, for example. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create Excel tables and tailor them to your individual needs.

Editing an Excel drop-down list

Drop-down lists allow you to configure tables in Excel in a way that is more professional, easier and less prone to errors. However, like anything else in day-to-day work, drop-down menus also have to be changed now and again. For this reason, we are going to explain how to edit Excel drop-down lists so you can adapt their content and appearance and add useful information for other users.

Excel: Calculate the Sum of a Group of Numbers

The Microsoft Excel program is a convenient and easy way to collect and archive data. In addition, mathematical formulas can be solved using the software. For example, you can use the Excel SUM function to add the values of specific cells or entire ranges of cells without having to use a calculator.

Excel's WEEKNUM: Deriving the week number from a date

In business, you often need to know the calendar week number. Excel’s WEEKNUM function ensures that you always have the correct week number right at your fingertips. The function even considers different counting methods, allowing it to adapt to international practices. WEEKNUM can also be combined with other functions.

Excel: working with dates

Many countries have their own unique way of displaying dates and times. To be able to switch seamlessly between date and time formats, the information must first be stored in a universal format. You can use the DATE function in Excel for this purpose. In this article, you’ll learn how to work with the Excel DATE formula.


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