In Swift To-Do List, you can manage:
- To-do lists
- Notes and memos
- ... and even spreadsheets!
Formatting, formulas, auto sum... you can do it all, much like in Excel. You can even import/export Excel files.
The possibilities for how you can use spreadsheets are endless. Basically, anything that's not a to-do list or a note can be probably neatly organized with a spreadsheet.
Also, unlike having multiple Excel files, which gets a little awkward quickly (it might be difficult to quickly open the right file), in Swift To-Do List, you can neatly organize your spreadsheets in a hierarchical tree with icons, just like to-do lists.
How to create a spreadsheet
It's simple: Click the Tree tab, then click Spreadsheet in the Add button group.
How to use formulas
Just double-click any cell, then write the desired text, value or formula.
Formulas begin with =
If you want to write something and do not want it to be auto-formatted or processed as a formula, write ' as the first character.
To summarize (calculate total of) a cell range, select the cells you want to add up, then click the AutoSum button.