No matter what industry you’re in, being on the customer-facing side of things can start to feel like Groundhog Day.
When you’re answering the same questions repeatedly, it’s easy to slip and send an embarrassing email or twenty. (“I did it again. I wrote ‘Thanks for reaching out, [INSERT CUSTOMER HERE]’ instead of their name.”)
If only you could say all the right things, while also saving time and energy on repetitive typing.
With the =AI() formula, Power Formulas brings OpenAI’s GPT-4 into your spreadsheet, transforming it into a smart assistant for problem-solving and more.
The =AI() formula is like having your own personal AI assistant within Google Sheets.
This powerful feature leverages the capabilities of OpenAI’s GPT-4 text generation API, bringing the power of AI into your spreadsheets.
With =AI(), you can send a request to the GPT-4 API and get the result right in your spreadsheet.
This means you can use your spreadsheet to ask questions, solve problems, and perform a myriad of tasks that you would typically do with chatGPT.
The =AI() formula is designed to make your work with Google Sheets smarter and more efficient.
Whether you’re looking to automate data analysis, generate text, or perform complex calculations, =AI() has got you covered.
This formula transforms your spreadsheet into a powerful AI tool, helping you to work smarter, not harder.
The =API() formula connects your spreadsheet to any API endpoint, integrating data from various sources and simplifying work with raw JSON data.
The =API() formula is a game-changer for anyone looking to integrate data from various sources into their Google Sheets.
With =API(), you can connect your spreadsheet to any API endpoint.
This means you can easily pull in data from a wide range of sources, including social media, eCommerce platforms, and more.
The formula also allows you to directly import JSON data, simplifying the process of working with raw data formats.
The formula supports GET, POST, PATCH, DELETE methods.
You can use the formula to both pull data from an API or send Google Sheets data to an API.
The =SQL() formula brings the power of SQL into your Google Sheets.
=SQL() lets you interact with databases like MySQL, Oracle, and SQL Server directly from your Google Sheets, making data management effortless.
With =SQL(), you can connect to a variety of databases, including MySQL, Oracle, and Microsoft SQL Server, and retrieve data right into your spreadsheet.
You can specify the database you want to connect to and the query you want to run, giving you complete control over your data.
The =SQL() formula is also a tool that transforms your Google Sheets into a powerful data management platform.
Whether you’re looking to pull data from a database or send data from your spreadsheet to a database, =SQL() makes it possible.
It’s a must-have tool for anyone looking to simplify their data management tasks and boost their productivity.
The Formula Builder is the secret weapon of Power Formulas.
It’s a user-friendly tool designed to help you build your formulas with ease.
Power Formulas’ Formula Builder helps you construct formulas easily with a user-friendly interface. (“No-formula,” as in no-code).
With the Formula Builder, you no longer have to remember the syntax or the order of arguments for each formula.
Instead, you can select the formula you want to use from a list of categories and type in the arguments in a form.
The Formula Builder is more than just a tool for building formulas.
It’s a tool that simplifies your work with Google Sheets.
The input fields are organized in a logical order, making it easy to understand what each parameter represents.
Once you’ve inputted your arguments, the Formula Builder generates the formulas for you. All you have to do is copy and paste them into your spreadsheet.
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