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View the edit history of a cell in Sheets

A most wanted feature, where you can see the edit history, including when it was made, by whom & can see the previous value as well. This act as an important role when you want to know who has made the changes & by what value etc.

Also it gives you a specific idea why the changes are made. This comes to play when there are a lot of colleagues. This gives a better understanding because it allows you to check and edit history cell by cell, not version wise by opening version history.

Right click on a cell and then click “show edit history” in the drop down menu. What it shows?

The user who made the changePrevious value & present value Time stamp of the changeArrows to toggle between the past changes

This is option is only for those who have edit access.

Please note that the below changes may not appear in the edit history: Added or deleted rows and columns Changes to the cell’s format Changes made by formulas
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Update all linked content with one click in Docs and Slides

A new “Linked objects” sidebar is added where users can see all linked content in their documents, such as embedded charts, tables, slides and drawings. The Linked objects sidebar enables users to rapidly get to all connected content to check whether anything is obsolete and update all the content with a single click.


End users will have to update the data in a multiple charts or tables.
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