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ISEMAIL: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use ISEMAIL in Google Sheets?

ISEMAIL is a Google Sheets add-on that allows you to check the email addresses of your contacts to see if they are valid and working. It is a very helpful tool to have when you are building a contact list or email marketing campaign, as you can quickly and easily check the email addresses of your potential contacts to make sure that they are valid and will not result in bounces or other email delivery issues. To use ISEMAIL, simply install the add-on and open a new spreadsheet. Then, select the column of email addresses that you want to check and click on the "ISEMAIL" add-on in the menu bar. The add-on will then check the email addresses in the column and let you know which ones are valid and which ones are not.

What is the syntax of ISEMAIL in Google Sheets?

The syntax of ISEMAIL in Google Sheets is as follows:

=ISEMAIL(CellRef)

CellRef is the cell reference of the email address you want to check.

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

ISEMAIL is a Google Sheets function that checks to see if a string is a valid email address. To use ISEMAIL, type =ISEMAIL("test@test.com") into a cell, and Google Sheets will return TRUE if the string is a valid email address, and FALSE if it is not.

When should you not use ISEMAIL in Google Sheets?

ISEMAIL is not a function that is native to Google Sheets. It is a function that is native to Excel. Therefore, it should not be used in Google Sheets.

What are some similar formulae to ISEMAIL in Google Sheets?

ISEMAIL is a custom formula that allows you to check if an email address is valid. There are a few similar formulae that you can use in Google Sheets:

=ISEMAIL() - This function will return TRUE if the email address is valid, and FALSE if it is not.

- This function will return TRUE if the email address is valid, and FALSE if it is not. =EMAIL() - This function will return the email address if it is valid, and an empty string if it is not.

- This function will return the email address if it is valid, and an empty string if it is not. =VALIDATE() - This function will return TRUE if the email address is valid, and FALSE if it is not.

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