Its Excel knowledge sharing time peeps 🙂 Have you published an Excel resource this week? Or maybe you found a resource online that really helped you solve a spreadsheet problem you had?
Well now is the time to share it (with a few simple rules)
- The resource and knowledge you share must be related to Excel.
- You must include a descriptive summary of the link you are providing. The title of the resource is not sufficient.
- You must disclose if the link you share is your own work or a fantastic resource you found.
- Users must be able to access the resource for free without signing up.
The comments section on this post is the only place you can self promote external links within Excel for ALL community, so get promoting and share your Excel knowledge today.
Excel For ALL community news
With a private beta test underway of a new Excel Community – Excel for All, I thought it was time to test a post published directly from my blog.
Although the testing is private testing, features such as publishing from a blog directly to the community are live. By publishing from The Excel Club to Excel for All, If you happen to be reading this on my blog, you can engage right here in the comments section below. This comment should also appear as a comment within the community. If you comment from within the community, it should appear right here on this blog. Let’s hope it works!
Private beta testing is open to all those that have a steem account. Feel free to join in with the community!! If you are reading this on The Excel Club, you can join in with your email address in the comments section below.