If there's one thing that's been synonymous with Google this year, it's been machine learning. Google's gone all-in with machine learning and artificial intelligence for many of its services and apps, and the latest to be injected with these is Google Sheets.

Google made this announcement via a blog post on December 6, and the biggest changes coming as a result of this include automatically-suggested actions based on what you're doing. Now, Sheets can automatically suggest a pivot table to visually represent your numbers, data for rows and columns when working with a pivot table, and formulas that are based around the data you're working with.

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Along with this, Google says financial professionals will be able to "use everyday language to ask questions of their data and have the answer returned as a pivot table."

These new features will start making their way to G Suite users soon, and you can find more exact details here.

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