TechCrunch – This week, Google added vector columns to its spreadsheet app for Ad add columns, a feature that allows users to easily add column labels and other types of columns to spreadsheets.
Users can drag and drop vectors into the new column label to add them as column labels.
Google also added a vector column to its Ad add column, allowing users to create a vector-based style of column labels for their Ad add.
The addition of vector column labels should help improve the user experience and reduce the time users spend trying to find the right column label in a spreadsheet.
Google also added new data visualizations for the new columns to help users better understand what’s happening on their own spreadsheet.
These visualizations will show users which columns are being added and which columns they are not, as well as how much time it takes for these columns to be added and removed.
Users can also search for column labels by keyword to learn more about which columns to add and which to remove.
Google has also made it easier for users to search for data from the past two weeks.
The search field in the top left corner of the spreadsheet now shows a number of categories that show data from prior weeks, including columns from the last week.
The spreadsheet’s columns can be expanded and collapsed, which can help users find their way around the data.
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This means that users can now add column label for any column in the spreadsheet, including vector columns.
It also allows users the ability to create vector-style column labels with columns like vector-type text or a vector header.
Google says this new feature should make it easier to find data that is relevant to you and your business.
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The app has been free since July and Google has released a free trial version.
It’s now available to download on the Windows Store, Google Play, Windows Phone Store, and Android Market.
Users will need to log in with their Google account, or register an account for free on the Google app.