Google Docs went Ding! today and gained some additional functionality, rolling out natively supported pivot tables. The pivot table, as any A/R Coordinator worth his salt can tell you, allows data from one workbook to be summarized in another, saving huge amounts of time and brainpower. This function been available on Excel since 1997 but has been only available to Docs users to this point through the Panorama add-on. [Google Docs Blog via Business Insider]
Google Docs Levels Up: Unlocks Pivot Table Powers
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