How can I help you in 2016? [Survey]

Posted on January 5th, 2016 in Learn Excel - 7 comments

2016-surveyA very happy new year to you. May 2016 be your most awesome year yet.

This year too I plan to share tutorials, tips, podcasts & videos to make you awesome. I hope to focus on

  • Excel 2016 – exploring new features
  • Power BI – What is it, how does it make you awesome.
  • Write a sequel to The VLOOKUP Book.
  • Launch a new online course on Power BI & New Excel.
  • Run 2 more batches of 50 ways to analyze data program in Feb & July 2016.
  • Run another dashboard contest on Chandoo.org
  • Write about awesome ways to work with data – formulas, charts, tables, pivots etc.
  • Talk about many advanced and work specific Excel scenarios in the podcast

But wait, what do you want to learn more…?

While these are my plans, I want to make sure Chandoo.org helps you the best. So please take a minute and answer this one question survey.

What is the one topic / area of Excel you want to master in 2016?

Use below form to answer the question. Alternatively, you may post your answer in the comment section.

Thank you.

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7 Responses to “How can I help you in 2016? [Survey]”

  1. Kumarpal says:

    Can we make crm with the help of excel?
    Where contacts are managed with their membership dates and reminder.
    Print invoice.
    Keep track of communication with them.

    This is basically to help my mom who is a yoga trainer.

  2. James Han says:

    I am a translator, and using Excel to record and analyze my work efficiency.

    I normally record the start date and time, end date and time, and the words for translation in a row, for example, 2015/12/18 16:30, 2015/12/21 16:10, 3403.

    I want to know my efficiency, i.e. translated words per hour, and how many words I translated per day and per month.

    I normally work from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM. And a translation task may last for below or over one day or may span two months.

    Now I find it is difficult to get the exact work time between the start date/time and the end date/time since there may be weekends, holidays between the dates and times. And it is also difficult to allocate translation words to working days of months.

    Is it possible to solve the problem, and show efficiency, translated words per day, and translated words of every month with Excel 2007?

  3. James says:

    Hello Chandoo,

    Love your site.

    For 2016, it would be great if you could do an article or some kind of literature on circular references and different solutions for them.

    Keep up the good work!!!

    Regards,
    James

  4. Dhanya says:

    Hi Chandoo,

    Love and Adore the work, notes, and tips u update us with.

    I really would like to have a more Dip into the World of Power pivots in Excel. Search results also are still confusing. but it really is a very good part of excel and unexplored and hidden from many.

    Regards,
    Dhanya

  5. Rama says:

    wish to Learn about MIS preparation and Dashboard with pivot

  6. Rama says:

    I Also wish to learn about Pivot & Dynamic/Interactive chart without macro's

  7. ahmed mallook says:

    Hi Chandoo,
    What I wish to know more about this year is how to organise data in Excel so that they are ready to export to Access 2016.

    Have a good time 🙂

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