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The Quick Aggregation Toolbar in Google Sheets

In this article, I will show you how to use the Quick Aggregation Toolbar to quickly summarize your data in Google Sheets.

What is the Quick Aggregation Toolbar?

To view the Quick Aggregation Toolbar, start by selecting a range of cells with data in your Google Sheets spreadsheet.

You will then see a summary metric appear near the bottom-right corner of your spreadsheet.

This is the Quick Aggregation Toolbar.

What Does It Do?

The Quick Aggregation Toolbar summarizes the data in the selected range.

This feature of Google Sheets allows you to select a summary metric you’d like to see and calculates it for you automatically.

In fact, at the time of this article, the Quick Aggregation Toolbar allows you to see the:

  • Sum
  • Average
  • Min
  • Max
  • Count of non-empty cells
  • Count of cells containing numbers

So, although the Quick Aggregation Toolbar is a lot more simple than it sounds, it is a very useful feature to be aware of when using Google Sheets.

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