It is useful to differentiate tabs by coloring tabs in different kinds of colors. You can quickly tell what type of sheet you are working on even if you have multiple sheets in a file. We recommend that you use similar colors for a group of relevant tabs (e.g., coloring a revenue summary sheet in red and its back-data sheet in light red, and making the tab color of a cost sheet green, etc.)
Do you need to know how to color cells in Google Sheets? Check the following article: How to Color Cells in Google Sheets
Do you want to move to another tab in the same file? Go to one of our articles: How to Switch between Tabs in Google Sheets
These three articles are helpful if you are a beginner and need to learn how to insert and remove a tab or move to a different worksheet in a file.
The following three articles are beneficial when you have many worksheets in a file and want to make them neat or highlight specific tabs.
You can learn about other Google Sheets formulas and tips that are not mentioned here on this page: LiveFlow‘s How to Guides
Are you learning this formula to visualize financial data, build a financial model, or conduct financial analysis? In that case, LiveFlow may help you automate manual workflows and update numbers in real-time. You can access various financial templates on our website, from the simple Income Statement to Multi-Currency Consolidated Financial Statement. You can also customize these templates as you want without breaking the automated data inflow.
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Learn how to do this step-by-step in the video below 👇