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IFNA: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use IFNA in Google Sheets?

IFNA is a function in Google Sheets that allows you to compare two cells and return a value based on whether the cells are equal or not. For example, if you want to know whether a customer's name is in your customer list, you can use the IFNA function to compare the customer's name in your list to the customer's name in your spreadsheet. If the customer's name is in your list, the IFNA function will return "true" and if the customer's name is not in your list, the IFNA function will return "false".

What is the syntax of IFNA in Google Sheets?

IFNA(condition, value_if_true, value_if_false) is a function in Google Sheets that takes three arguments: (1) a condition, (2) a value_if_true, and (3) a value_if_false. The function returns the value_if_true if the condition is TRUE, and the value_if_false if the condition is FALSE.

What is an example of how to use IFNA in Google Sheets?

The IFNA function in Google Sheets can be used to test whether a value is equal to another value, and if it is not equal, to return a specific value. An example of how to use the IFNA function in Google Sheets would be to test whether a cell contains a value, and if it does not, to return the value "N/A".

When should you not use IFNA in Google Sheets?

IFNA should not be used in Google Sheets when you are looking to evaluate a single value. IFNA is designed to evaluate arrays of values, and so will not return the desired result if used on a single value.

What are some similar formulae to IFNA in Google Sheets?

IFNA is a function in Google Sheets that evaluates a condition and returns one value if the condition is true and a different value if the condition is false. There are several similar formulae that you can use in Google Sheets to accomplish the same thing. The IF function evaluates a condition and returns one value if the condition is true and a different value if the condition is false. The IIF function is similar to the IF function, but it returns a value based on three conditions. The IFERROR function returns a value if the formula evaluates to an error and the IF function returns a value if the formula evaluates to a blank.

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