It has been analyzed by multiple sources that Google Sheets are the reliable and the most advanced tool for documentation and organization of different projects. It is due to the fact that Google Sheets consists of an infinite number of rows and columns for entering the data.
The feature to arrange and track the data fields makes Google Sheet more impressive. It has the ability to handle spreadsheets with tons of data in a very smooth way, easy to manage and organize.
However, having many flexibilities and capabilities which makes it exceptional, the Google Sheets had been observed for its little disability in the past. Many organizations and professional people who are utilizing it for their tasks have faced a problem regarding hyperlinks.
The issue was that if any of the text in a cell required a hyperlink for any linkage, the entire text and material was converted into blue underlined form. As a result, it created the whole text as a hyperlink.
To get rid of this problem, one had to use another individual cell for the purpose of creating hyperlinked text. This issue created two disadvantages. One of them was the extended use of cells in the sheet.
Whereas, the second was the assassination of the tempo and organization of the material in the sheet.
Google took careful consideration in this regard early this year and finally on the 7th of May, it came up with the solution for this problem. Now, it has been noticed that the Google Sheets users can easily manage to add as many hyperlinks in a single cell as they need to.
Due to this betterment, Google Sheets is now facilitating better but the best management and organization for the handcrafted spreadsheets.
Google, on the 7th of May, released a thread in which it discussed this new functionality for the Google Sheets users. They also posted a tutorial on YouTube for the hands-on experience of this amended feature.
Many people around the world considered this improvement to be appreciative of their tasks and organizations. Even some of them have written articles and blogs, discussing the marvelous experience they had of using Google Sheets after its new update.