April 15, 2014

Easy Guide on Google Doc - SpreadSheet. How to get notification when someone make changes on your shared sheet.

Doing business now a days are  become easy and easier  with all the massive tools that available around us. Today, let's talk about the powerful Google Doc, to be specific a Sheet application aka Microsoft Excel on our offline desktop application.

 Google Doc Spreadsheet Application 
Let's talk about the usage of the Sheet application that normally entrepreneur using it. The Sheet application is suitable to use as a tool that involve numbers and calculation. Like us at Huemedia (http://www.fb.com/huemedia), we use it to track the sales, sales funnel and sales lost. Beside that, the Sheet application also very good to track the income & payment that we are made through the checkbook or EFT (Electronic Fund Transfer). And, lately we using it as a tool to track the claims within our company. With some creativity, you can use the power of Sheet application to make our daily business activity smoother and easier.

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 Automatically Notification when Shared Sheet Application Changed by Someone 

You can set notifications to find out when other people have modified your spreadsheets, and learn what they've modified. You can also choose how often you'd like to be notified.

 Steps To Set the Notification 

Step #1. Open the spreadsheet where you want to set notifications.
Step #2. Go to the Tools menu and select Notification rules.
Step #3. In the window that appears, select when and how often you want to receive notifications.

- “Any changes are made” or “A user submits a form”

How often:
- “Email - daily digest” or “Email - right away”

Step #4. Click Save.

 What you will see in notifications  
When receiving notifications, you and other editors will see the usernames of people who have made changes. Viewers can set notifications but can't see usernames. You won't be sent notifications about your own changes.

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