Here at Better Sheets, we love functions and formulas. Let’s take a look at the most popular Google Sheet tutorial here on the IF() formula: Finding hundreds of available domains from keywords and concat and array formula.
The IF() formula is a logical function that makes it easy for users to compare a certain value and an expected value. It takes a look at a value to see if basic conditions are met.
In this tutorial for beginners, we try a fun project where we pick a domain name for a website. What I used Google Sheet for in this tutorial was a project when I was trying to pick out a newsletter name. In that Google Sheet, I included columns for some criteria like it has the possibility of being happy, it has to make money, and we also wanted the least length. There’s also a rating system, which I talked about in the tutorial. For that rating system, we had to go through checkmarks, true or false, counting, and others. It’s complicated but also fun.
This most popular Google Sheet tutorial on the IF() formula is basically about a domain finder. We used concat and a bunch of array formulas to come up with this, making it easier to find out whether a domain is available or not. Cool stuff that makes Google Sheets better for you.
Get started with this beginner tutorial, the most popular tutorial on the IF() formula. Watch its video tutorial today and learn how you can create a domain finder user concat and the array formula. Don’t make sheets. Make Better Sheets.
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