Last Updated on November 1, 2023 by Jake Sheridan
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a schedule in Google Sheets.
How To Create A Schedule In Google Sheets
Creating a schedule in Google Sheets from scratch can be a time-consuming task. But fortunately, Google Sheets has a variety of templates that can help you make the process easier.
Using a template in Google Sheets can help you quickly create a professional-looking schedule.
A daily schedule template can be helpful for keeping track of your team’s availability, creating a timeline for a group project, or simply time blocking your day.
In this guide, we will show you how to create a schedule in Google Sheets using the provided template.
How To Use a Daily Schedule Template In Google Sheets
Here’s how to use a daily schedule template in Google Sheets.
Select File > New > From template gallery to view the list of available templates.
Select the Schedule option to create a new copy of the daily schedule template.
You should now have an empty template that you can use to create a daily schedule. The template includes a row for every half hour and spans an entire week.
Set the starting date by modifying the date value in cell C2.
After setting the start date, the values in rows 3 and 4 will automatically update.
The user is now free to add new events to the schedule template.
This guide should be everything you need to create a schedule in Google Sheets.
You may make a copy of this example spreadsheet to test it out on your own.
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