Google Sheets

¿Qué es Google Sheets?

Diseñado para crear, modificar y compartir hojas de cálculo en tiempo real. Hay plantillas preelaboradas, chats y comentarios disponibles.

Información sobre Google Sheets

Google

http://www.google.com

Resumen de precios de Google Sheets

Google Sheets dispone de una versión gratuita y ofrece una prueba gratis.

Versión gratuita

Prueba gratis

Implementación

Instalado: Mac

En la nube, SaaS, web

Instalado: Windows

Móvil: nativo de iOS

Móvil: nativo de Android

Formación

En directo en línea

Documentación

Asistencia

En línea

Funciones de Google Sheets

Programas de hojas de cálculo
Análisis
Calculadoras
Colaboración entre varios usuarios
Creación de diagramas
Modelos
Registro de auditoría

Opiniones de Google Sheets

Mostrando 5 de 10.610 opiniones

General
4,7/5
Facilidad de uso
4,6/5
Atención al cliente
4,4/5
Funcionalidades
4,4/5
Relación calidad-precio
4,8/5
Marta A.
CFO
Marketing y publicidad, 2-10 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: 6-12 meses
  • Valoración global
    3/5
  • Facilidad de uso
    3/5
  • Funcionalidades
    3/5
  • Asistencia técnica
    Sin valoración
  • Relación calidad-precio
    Sin valoración
  • Probabilidad de recomendación
    7/10
  • Fuente de la reseña 
  • Publicado el 13/4/2020

"Perfecto para compartir con compañeros de trabajo"

Comentarios: En general estoy muy contenta ya que lo utilizo cada día y me ayuda muchísimo en mi trabajo.

Puntos a favor: Lo que más me gusta es que puedo trabajar en la nube con mis compañeros de trabajo a la vez sin tener que estar enviando nada por e-mail.

Contras: Lo que menos me gusta es la usabilidad y las funciones que posee. Me parecen muy pocas y difíciles de usar.

  • Fuente de la reseña 
  • Publicado el 13/4/2020
Kevin W.
Software Engineer
Juegos de azar y casinos, 201-500 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
  • Valoración global
    5/5
  • Facilidad de uso
    5/5
  • Funcionalidades
    5/5
  • Asistencia técnica
    3/5
  • Relación calidad-precio
    5/5
  • Probabilidad de recomendación
    10/10
  • Fuente de la reseña 
  • Publicado el 10/12/2019

"I am using google sheet to organise data, generate analytics and produce report."

Comentarios: Overall I am very happy with google sheets. It helps me collect and organise data, generate reports, charts etc. And collaborate with co-workers and very easily share my sheets with friends.

Puntos a favor: It is very user friendly and you can share with your co-workers. It has wonderful collaboration functionalities, that multiple co-workers can view or edit the same spread sheet at the same time. And you can see it at real time. It provides data analytics functions, that let you create pivot tables to generate reports, graphs, charts, etc. I can also build forms within the sheet and creating a little programming functions to automate some tasks. It can be attached within email very easily, very well integrated with gmail.

Contras: I have used Microsoft Excel for a very long time. Google sheets have some different shortcuts that makes me get confused sometimes. Also when you enter url links into the cell, and I always accidentally click on it and open a web page, but I only want to edit that field. When data set is too big, it gets extremely slow and sometimes it crashes itself and won't even open. It would be nice if the performance can be improved.

  • Fuente de la reseña 
  • Publicado el 10/12/2019
Caroline R.
Director Customer Success
Administración educativa, 13-50 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
  • Valoración global
    5/5
  • Facilidad de uso
    4/5
  • Funcionalidades
    4/5
  • Asistencia técnica
    4/5
  • Relación calidad-precio
    5/5
  • Probabilidad de recomendación
    10/10
  • Fuente de la reseña 
  • Publicado el 22/7/2020

"Sheets, not the new excel, but still great for collobration"

Comentarios: Generally, it has been a positive experience. I like that everything is interconnected, and available wherever I am. My biggest pet peeve was getting an excel document on my Mac, and not having excel to open it with! Now, i can open anything, anywhere. Personally, i use sheets for budgeting, forms, and much more. I like that i can have two separate accounts, switch seamlessly between them, and still have everything i need at my fingertips.

Puntos a favor: The ability to have real-time back and forth while in a spreadsheet has been a sought after tool - and Sheets, thankfully, makes it pretty easy! My company is fully on the drive for email, slides, folder management, and storage, so using sheets was a no brainer. I love that I can link to other documents (great for OKRs and other larger initiatives) and I love that we can collaborate back and forth, and see who is in the document and who isn't. Version control has also been incredibly helpful when we had an accidental deletion of data. Mostly, I like that it is a quick integration with all my other tools for work, and lives in the same space.

Contras: I will say, it is a change. If you are used to excel, then there are frustrating differences. One that boggles me is the filtering capability. I feel as though it is over-engineered. I also miss some of the shortcuts I have known to love in Excel, that do not work as well in Sheets (ie: adding a simple filter). Another con would be the formulas - although I believe they have started updating this. In Excel, when you start a formula, it will give you the instructions on what next pieces to pull in - I would expect the same from Sheets, but find that at times, it is missing (meaning I head into excel to pull the process, then recreate in sheets - that is no good). There are other formatting issues that I miss from excel (ie: the ability to indent text on a specific cell) - sheets, bring that to life please!

  • Fuente de la reseña 
  • Publicado el 22/7/2020
Craig S.
Small Business Owner
Ropa y moda, 2-10 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de un año
  • Valoración global
    3/5
  • Facilidad de uso
    4/5
  • Funcionalidades
    3/5
  • Asistencia técnica
    2/5
  • Relación calidad-precio
    3/5
  • Probabilidad de recomendación
    7/10
  • Fuente de la reseña 
  • Publicado el 29/3/2020

"Easy Tool for Analysis and Charts"

Comentarios: Using Google Sheets has helped me manage my list of new and existing product skus for marketing optimization and analysis purposes. I have been able to dig deeper into why certain marketing campaigns or tactics perform better than the others for specific products, categories or customers. So, I can spend more money on tactics which improve my product conversions and ROI while reducing my spend on those tactics which are driving lower conversions and profits. I have been able to optimize my paid media spend and sku list with lower investments in software. So, my business has become more profitable.

Puntos a favor: I use Google Sheets tool to collect all item skus I sell on my e-commerce website. So, I can concatenate them as one single string and apply as a filter in Google Analytics product performance report. I then run the report in Google Analytics by applying segment of specific email or social campaign and export it in Google Sheets format to pull a visual trend on sales over time. This strategy helps me quickly analyze the impact of external campaigns so I can determine any new items sales and new customers. Additionally, I can easily share my analysis with my business partner, so he is also in the loop on our business ROI. I give him edit rights, so he can add his own comments or products data from the categories he is managing. We both love the fact that if our computers freeze or shut down for a reason, our data gets saved in cloud.

Contras: Google Sheets tool has limited charting or data visualization capabilities when compared to Microsoft Excel. For example: when I try to create a stacked column chart using Google Sheets, it doesn't look that professional or easy to read. The copy tab feature can also be improved. Currently, I can copy a specific tab from one sheet to the next but it includes additional text 'copy of' or something along with the original tab name. So, I have the delete that additional text every time I make a copy. Microsoft Excel doesn't include that additional text. Finally, converting an Excel file with multiple tabs into a Google Sheet is not that simple. It is not easy to convert a specific tab and the whole file has to be converted.

  • Fuente de la reseña 
  • Publicado el 29/3/2020
Kate V.
Assistant Manager - Qualitative (Global)
Estudios de mercado, 51-200 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
  • Valoración global
    4/5
  • Facilidad de uso
    4/5
  • Funcionalidades
    4/5
  • Asistencia técnica
    1/5
  • Relación calidad-precio
    5/5
  • Probabilidad de recomendación
    10/10
  • Fuente de la reseña 
  • Publicado el 21/7/2020

"Comprehensive and Simple to Use"

Comentarios: I have used Google sheets consistently for the past 6 years to provide live reporting and share information with my colleagues. It is an invaluable tool - we all share the sheets and can access them at any time and make edits as necessary from things as small as schedules, to a sheet which contains all of our projects and their statuses which our project managers update throughout the day so we have a live overview of all of our projects.

Puntos a favor: Setting up and managing sheets is very easy - with a simple Gmail account, you have access to their suite of products including sheets which is a close (but not entirely perfect) counterpart to Excel. You can use formulas as you normally would (with limited exceptions), link sheets, provide access / share / restrict access with ease, and all sheets are within your Google Drive so you have centralized access to all sheets you have been granted access to or created. The most unique and critical function for our use is the simultaneous editing. Multiple users can edit the sheet at the same time without the need for creating multiple copies, passing a file back and forth, etc.

Contras: The revision history is an incredibly useful tool, however when you have more than 10 or 20 people in a sheet at a time the functionality is significantly decreased, as the edits are color coded. For example, if an individual made an edit to a block of cells, those cells would be shaded a color that the individual was assigned randomly. However, when there are multiple users editing simultaneously, you'll find that they are assigned the same color so you can only determine that any one of those multiple people made a particular change to a sheet. Additionally, though understandably, as your sheet grows complex it will have a tendency to load more slowly, or not save changes correctly. There are volatile functions you can avoid using, you can avoid having referential formulas, excessive formatting (especially conditional formatting), but when you need all of those aspects within a sheet it can become cumbersome when it loads slowly or there are errors due to the sheer volume of data housed within the sheet and the number of individuals editing simultaneously.

  • Fuente de la reseña 
  • Publicado el 21/7/2020