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Microsoft Lists – Successor to Excel

10 November, 2020 2 PM London Time (BST)

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David Benaim

Founder - trainer - data scientist - MVP
40 Days
18 hours
9 Minutes
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Start: 10 11 2020
End: 10 11 2020

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10 November 2020, 2pm London Time (BST)


Our regular Tech-on-Tuesday webinars continue through the summer with more Wow’s from David Benaim showcasing the latest updates and features to Microsoft 365. Each month we will start with a round-up of what’s new with a more detailed review of some of the most recent features Microsoft has released.  

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What an outlandish statement, could Excel ever be replaced? Especially for accountants? Our trainer David is one of Excel’s biggest ambassadors but there are many ways where Excel is ineffective, 2020’s new app aims to fix that. Data input sheets are frequently made poorly with features like “merge cells”, “hide” manual colour coding, etc.

A better user experience for the person entering data is often prioritised but within that analysis becomes impossible or very manual. Microsoft Lists (a reimagining of the old SharePoint Lists) is a fantastic new tool which aims to fill this void, builders can create a simple and pretty data input sheet which can be edited but stores the data in a robust analysable dataset (that can be further analysed in Excel or otherwise. And to top it off, Lists allows feats beyond Excel’s capabilities like notifications on changes, multi select drop down lists, images in cells, a form based data input with searchable dropdown lists and other tools.

David will also showcase updates to Microsoft 365 apps for the month.


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