You might have noticed the constant updates to Zoho Sheet of late. Here are 3 more features that have been added to Zoho Sheet recently:
F4 - Repeat Last Action
Insert Cut/Copied Rows and Columns
Here is a screen cast demonstrating each of these features. Read further below to learn more about these new features.
F4 - Repeat Last Action:
You can now repeat the last action you made on your spreadsheet by using the keyboard shortcut, F4. It is quite handy and helps you get your work done quickly. For example, let us assume you select a cell range and apply a fill color. You can then select another cell range (not necessarily of the same size) and press F4 to repeat the last action, i.e., apply the fill color on the selected range.
You can repeat the following actions:
There are multiple shortcuts for this Repeat last action functionality:
F4 and Ctrl+Y work the same way. It will normally repeat the last action. However, if you do an Undo, these shortcuts will trigger a Redo action. On the other hand, Alt+Enter will always trigger a Repeat action, even if you just performed an Undo.
Insert Cut/Copied Rows and Columns:
You can now cut / copy a row or column and insert it at a different place in the same spreadsheet. This is useful when you want to move/copy columns and rows within your spreadsheet. This option is available in the right click context menu as well as the insert menu, whenever you have rows/columns cut or copied and a row/column is selected. Refer the screenshot below.
We have enhanced our 'Insert Hyperlink' functionality. You can now create a hyperlink to the various parts of a spreadsheet such as a cell / a cell range / a named range / a worksheet within the same spreadsheet in addition to creating hyperlinks to web pages and email addresses.
You can insert an hyperlink into a cell in 2 ways:
1. Right click on a cell and click on the 'Hyperlink' menu item or use the shortcut Ctrl+K.
You can use the HYPERLINK() formula to construct a dynamic hyperlink which could change itself based on data in the spreadsheet. Here is a spreadsheet with two worksheets.
The first sheet has a dynamic hyperlink pointing to the end of the spreadsheet. Check the formula in C2 to know more about how functions have been used to point to the last row in the table.
The second sheet has a dynamic link pointing to google search results of the data you enter in cell B2. Check the formula in D2 of that sheet to know more about how the HYPERLINK function has been used.
We hope you find these features useful and we believe it will help you get your work done faster. Feel free to leave your feedback and comments on this topic.