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Numbers

Spreadsheet application for data visualization

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Numbers Features

Features Summary

Functionality

4.1

/5

2.2K

Total features

10

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Numbers features

Charting
Collaboration Tools
Customizable Reports
Customizable Templates
Data Import/Export
Data Visualization
File Transfer
Real Time Data

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API
Access Controls/Permissions
Activity Dashboard
Activity Tracking
Charting
Collaboration Tools
Commenting/Notes

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Functionality

4.1

/5

2.2K

Price starts from

0.01

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Total Features

10

Unique features

  • Customizable Reports

  • Real Time Data

Functionality

4.7

/5

17.1K

Price starts from

6

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Per month

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Total Features

14

Features in Common

7

Unique features

  • Drag & Drop

  • Offline Access

  • Document Management

  • Notes Management

Functionality

4.6

/5

12.5K

Price starts from

6.99

Per month

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Total Features

69

Features in Common

6

Unique features

  • Full Text Search

  • Document Management

  • Live Chat

  • Inbox Management

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Great for professional use

Reviewed 2 months ago

Numbers is a great app for personal, day-to-day use. I have my budget, my little notes, some expenses all organised in Numbers. It feels somewhat difficult though to use it professionally given the fact that everyone expects you to send excel files.

Pros

Despite its nature, this app is pretty simple, offers great customisation of sheets. It sort of lets you focus on a specific area of a sheet instead of sort of thinking of the entire sheet. most useful options are conveniently located to your right.

Cons

Options which show to your right are somewhat limited. You will find that you have to dig a little deeper in the menu options to find the feature you are looking for.

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Review for Numbers

Reviewed 2 months ago

Analysing data is what I need to use it for. Importing data is very easy.

Pros

It is useable across multiple devices. Cell editing is snappy and intuitive

Cons

Not so easy to use compared to other similar tools. A bit expensive. It does not have too many editing options.

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Great for basics, almost as great for more advanced use

Reviewed 2 months ago

We use Numbers in conjunction with Excel only because there are times that employees know how to do something in Excel that they dont know how to do in Numbers, but overall we prefer using Numbers because quite simply, it seems to work better.

Pros

I greatly prefer Numbers over Excel or Google Sheets because Numbers has a much more intuitive visual interface. There are some things that it does differently than other software which make it seem less intuitive at times, but overall I not only find the software itself much easier to use than Excel/Sheets, but also less problematic and easier to find support/instructions online. I instruct all other employees to use Numbers instead of Excel whenever possible simply because data files generated from Numbers work so much better with our other software (mainly InDesign data merge) whereas data files from Excel constantly have issues.

Cons

There are some issues with unicode formatting when using Numbers to edit files that were generated from Excel or Window's based software. It's a little annoying that there is no 'save as' function – you have to duplicate the file and then 'save' but that's only an inconvenience and not a deal breaker of any sort.

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Not as Accessible as Others

Reviewed 2 months ago
Pros

The everyday use of this software is very easy and intuitive.

Cons

Numbers is much harder to access than other similar software; I switched to a Windows computer while colleagues still used Macbooks and I was no longer able to access their Numbers files while using Excel. We had to switch over completely to either using Excel or Google Sheets, rather than getting Numbers on every computer.

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Must have for user of any platform!

Reviewed 4 months ago

My overall experience with Apple Numbers is awesome. I will suggest this product to everyone. Like I have a iPad being used by whole family. Still I can control the sheet level privacy from this application. This locking feature was not seen by me anywhere. It helped me keeping data of company safe from personal stuff. That is why I mentioned, it is a must have app in you device.

Pros

What I literally love about this software is it's capability to onboard new users without a need of any walk-through, it is as simple as using a excel sheet. But compared to excel sheets, numbers got more reliable powers within. I used Numbers first time when I wanted to make entries of students, registering with demographic details and other noisy data. I love the way it automatically picked up the...

Cons

No such cons were discovered by me so far, I have completely loved this product from starting. It is a must have for any iPad user specially, it becomes so handy to handle the edits. But I still see that it lacks in some basic exporting features. Export and Share with live edit logs are heart of any version management sheets. But overall no dislikes about the quality.

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pivot table feature refines numbers

Reviewed 10 months ago

proud to present or print files from Numbers. The result is beautiful.

Pros

First impression: beautiful. amazing color scheme. pivot table feature refines numbers. Unique Data Format treatment: pop-up, slider, star, etc. At the beginning of creating a new file, we are immediately presented with a table like Automated-Table in Excel, not blank cells like most spreadsheet applications. You can directly apply filters, sorts, categories, etc. mainly the canvas concept makes Numbers even more interesting. tip: did you know if you create a table in Pages & Keynote, and type '=' then the table is treated as Numbers? All functions and formulas can be used. Even cross reference between tables can be done

Cons

even though it has web features, pivot is only viewable, not for editing. If available, it will replace google sheet. free, no subscription fees.

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Reliable software at it's finest!

Reviewed 2 years ago

Keeping up with payroll and inventory is so simple. If you think it in your mind, you can do it in Numbers. That's how [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN] always wanted things to be. It helps keep the day-to-day of managing your assets a simple task. One less headache to deal with in an already complicated business setting.

Pros

The ease of use with Numbers is unparalleled, in my opinion. It comes with the reliability that you expect with the trusted name, Apple. I use it on all my Apple devices (iPhone, iPad, iMac) and do not like using other products. Since it's able to save in either Numbers, .xlsx, and .pdf formats it makes it so simple to send and share with other users. I mostly use it for inventory and payroll information, but the actual templates you can choose from are endless! It also automatically saves your work for you, so you never have to sweat potentially losing your valuable spreadsheet information. You can also add password protection on sensitive information spreadsheets. Definitely can't beat all that!

Cons

On the mobile apps I wish it was a lot more encompassing like the desktop version. You lose some of the features, templates, and functionality that the desktop version showcases.

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I Love Numbers!

Reviewed 2 years ago

Two years ago I opened a new Non-Profit School. Unlike all all of the other schools I had run, my board left the budgeting and financial tracking entirely in my hands. Up until now I had always been handed an excel document with dozens of sheets detailing the budget that I was supposed to run. Faced with having to create my own I sat down to my Mac knowing what it should look like, but not how to...

Pros

Numbers is easy to use even for non accountants. I haven't been trained in spread sheet functions etc, but Number's functions seem to anticipate anything I might want to do and to make it work in a way that I can figure it out intuitively.

Cons

Oddly enough I would like to see more color options in the "fill section". I have figured out that I can design in graph form for projects using Numbers very nicely, except that unlike all of my other graphic and polishing software, Numbers' colors are not able to "match".

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Great for Independents; Teams...Maybe?

Reviewed 2 years ago

We use Numbers for budgeting, tracking clients & employee data, and preparing our quarterly and yearly financials. We often have to prepare written or pdf reports containing spreadsheet data, so the ability to layout gorgeous spreadsheets is just as important as powerfully manipulating data. With Numbers, we get both of these in a single app that's also uniquely native to Mac computers. Because our entire team works on Macs, it's important that our solution be compatible, and Numbers provides that. However, we are still waiting for a complete solution for teams from Apple's iCloud offering.

Pros

Numbers is, by far, the most easy-to-use spreadsheet software I've encountered since my first personal computer. In addition, the GUI is gorgeous, minimal, and non-distracting. Like other software options, there's an auto-complete feature, but Numbers' color-coded bubble scheme makes it clear what cells I'm using in my functions. Finally, when it comes time to design something print-worthy for a presentation or report, Numbers handles title text, graphics/images, and formatting like it was a full-featured word-processor.

Cons

My gripes with Numbers are generally related to sharing, especially for teams. iCloud is much more of a personal product than a team product, so sharing and editing spreadsheets is somewhat difficult. Recently, Apple has addressed this with iCloud based sharing, but there's no team iCloud, so each team member needs either: a. a separate iCloud for their business (which is technically against the TOS) or b. use their own personal one. Neither option works for us because we don't want our employees violating TOS agreements just to work with us. I understand this may be an iCloud gripe rather than Numbers directly, but because Numbers is so tightly integrated with iCloud, it's a must-have.

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Spreadsheets for the rest of us

Reviewed 2 years ago

Numbers takes what every other spreadsheet app has been doing for over 30 years, and simplifies it to the most important features that are all that 90% of users will need. Instead of multiple ribbons, and nested menus, you have a much simpler, easier to understand and learn user interface. Yes, some functionality is missing, but for the most part, there are workarounds, or they are features you won't...

Pros

Numbers takes the most important basic features for creating and managing spreadsheets, deletes all of the really high-end, deep accounting stuff, and makes a spreadsheet app that will make 90% of users happy. It just works, and features all of the simplicity you expect from an Apple product, while still allowing some powerful features.

Cons

If Apple would just add the "Repeat" feature, Numbers would be perfect. In Excel, one feature I often use is the ability to repeat a command: I modify one cell a certain way, then select a bunch of other cells and select "Repeat" from the Edit menu. Numbers cannot do this. Numbers also does not support a lot of the high-end features that serious number-crunchers expect: Macros, pivot tables, many of the more powerful statistical and mathematical formulas, etc. Those are features that I rarely, if ever need, so I'm OK with it. I still have and use Excel, so when I need those features, or someone sends me an Excel spreadsheet that uses them, I can still access those files.

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A solid spreadsheet tool with missing features

Reviewed 3 years ago

It was a solid and reliable piece of software, and you can't beat the low price of Free. Using it involved some gymnastics from time to time, dealing with the fact that Excel is still the dominant software in this space. I would recommend this, if you are simply looking to do some spreadsheets for yourself at home, and don't anticipate to need any crazy or specific features, and also don't plan on collaborating with a team of people who primarily use Excel.

Pros

This was my introduction to spreadsheets, instead of Excel, as it was built into the Mac ecosystem. As a first-time spreadsheet user, many many years ago, it was easy to use, intuitive and made sense. As opposed to Excel, which has a "canvas" that is 100% spreadsheet (the canvas is all cells and your data can go anywhere), Numbers operates on a "table" basis, with an infinite canvas. It allows you...

Cons

The main con of this software is that it's not Excel. It sounds stupid, but in using both Numbers and Excel for separate purposes, the differences are clear. Having to transition around and around from the industry-standard​ Excel to Numbers, which operates just on a slightly different basis can be jarring. Numbers, at the time of writing, was also missing some handy features, such as solving, data analysis, and additional plugins. The exporting into Excel, for those people that don't use Mac, could result in some data being jumbled if using complicated Numbers-specific formulas or formats. The same is true for the other way, as most people won't send you a Numbers document, but an Excel document.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Great Spreadsheet Tool, MS Excel Alternative

Reviewed a year ago

Numbers has given me an affordable and convenient way to manage and analyze data. This has allowed me to grow and develop my business and generally makes my life much easier!

Pros

This is a great tool for keeping track of any simple or complex data lists and databases. Whether I'm creating a way to keep track of clients, products, projects, or even generate infographics and analyze numbers and data, I turn to Numbers, both in my professional and personal life. When needed, it is very simple to export files to PDF, CSV, PSV, or Excel and upload to wherever I like. Unlike MS Excel, this software is very affordable and doesn't require you to pay for access every year, and unlike Google Sheets, you can access this tool when you're offline and have a much broader selection of functions at your disposal.

Cons

Various functions and tools on Numbers are not the same as in MS Excel, so if you're working with someone who has the more widely-used software, there are occasionally some compatibility issues.

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If you're Mac-brained, it's a no-brainer!

Reviewed 2 years ago

Numbers makes sense to my head. When I look at Excel, it just makes my head hurt with the countless options. That alone is a selling point.

Pros

I LOVE this app! I've been using it for almost 10 years and a variety of business types: tracking expenses and grant reporting for a small non-profit, reports for non-profit; personal goal tracking, and for the last four years for a small cosmetic formulation company, to keep track of formulations, and data on ingredients. I love how intuitive it is and seamless with Pages and Keynote.

Cons

I wish it was more intuitive with moving things around within the file. You can make different sheets, but within each sheet it's a giant blank canvas. When you move into printing - that's where it can get really frustrating. I would love if it were easier to move things around and know while you're working "this rectangle here translates to a normal sheet of paper."

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Great program that will meet most spreadsheet needs.

Reviewed 4 years ago

Numbers is a quick and easy spreadsheet program to use within Apple. It makes clean, presentable reports for tracking and organizing data.

Pros

Numbers is a delightfully designed and aesthetically pleasing piece of software. I used it to create a complicated budgeting document spanning across multiple pages. The spreadsheet worked well, and it was easy to track expenses by month and make changes. I mostly use the software for much smaller projects, such as tracking medical expenses of various kinds. Numbers may be better considered a table-based...

Cons

The biggest knock on Numbers is that it isn't Excel. It lacks some of the common-sense functionality and brute-force power of its competitor. Things that were intuitive or happening behind the scenes are more difficult to make work in Numbers. A prime example is trying to create nested functions. The parentheses and logic behind creating formulas is difficult to get exactly right. Trying to navigate...

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Does the job for reviewing and simple revisions; but far away from complex work

Reviewed 3 years ago

Overall, I find it very innovative for mobile platforms. Somehow it was required at least to view documents while you are on the go. Apple hardware is expensive; but at least numbers is free to use and gives you the basic tools just to make you create simple files, make some modifications or review them in general. I do prefer to using excel; but its still good to use numbers while I'm away from the office; yes it's features are limited; but still fun to use.

Pros

I think it's innovative for touchscreens. Interaction with the screen is good enough. For instance, you can add columns and rows by grabbing the end of a row and drag. You can tap and hold to make multi selection. It's also simplistic; so not cause your eyes to become tired after some time of usage. I think it's really useful foe simple daily type of documents; e.g. simple accounting tables, product lists, feature tables...As it's saved to cloud, as long as you have connection, you can continue from where you've left.

Cons

If you're using mobile app; I don't think the interface is good enough. Many functions such as hiding columns, removing duplicates or selective highlighting are limited for iPhone or iPad versions. Another issue is that low compatibility with excel files or previous version of numbers files. Especially, if you try to import complex excel files, then definitely you'll have an issue. Another issue is that if you don't have high speed internet connection, it can take some time to import files from cloud. Last of all, I personally find it difficult to work on iPad or iPhone screen. May be we got used to computers too much...However it still works for simple documents; like lists or tables.

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"Numbers" is number 1

Reviewed 3 years ago

My overall experience with Numbers has been great. It has been helpful in expediting certain aspects of our business, as well as made "spreadsheeting" headache free.

Pros

Numbers is a very user friendly and content rich program for creating spreadsheets and numerous other documents that are data driven. Compared to other spreadsheet programs, Numbers is much more intuitive and easy to master. Overall this is a great product for expediting workflow or creating great (aesthetically and qualitatively) presentations.

Cons

There is not much that I dislike able Numbers. However, as with any Apple product, you are either a Mac person or you are not. So that may limit/influence one's preference for such a product as this.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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An Excellent Free Alternative to Excel

Reviewed 2 years ago

Numbers is an excellent alternative to Excel, and you certainly can't beat the price tag of free! It integrates seamlessly into the Apple suite of business programs, and provides many of the same functionalities that users familiar with the Microsoft Office suite have come to expect. There are some limitations when it comes to navigation and file formatting, but those are easily forgivable when you consider this is a free option. I use Numbers often and would recommend it to anyone who is a Mac user.

Pros

*Similar functionalities as Excel *A wide array of functions, equations, organizational structures *An easy to navigate user interface that feels very "Apple" *It comes prepackaged free with most iMacs/Macbooks *Able to export to an .xls file if necessary for sharing with Microsoft users

Cons

*While it offers many of the same functionalities as Excel, some of the same features are organized in a completely different way, which means navigation/implementation isn't always intuitive. *While the design feels very "Apple," it can sometimes look over-simplistic for those more familiar with Excel. *There aren't as many third-party applications that recognize the Numbers default file format.

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Keeps My Bills Straight

Reviewed 2 years ago

It really helped me, a budgeting novice, take control of my budget and to organize other projects (home repairs or other projects).

Pros

The reason I use this the most is for my monthly bills. I set up a spreadsheet in Numbers and then track all my spending on bills. The key to this software for me is accessibility. I can input information wherever I am utilizing The Cloud, so that means my phone, computer or even a browser on any computer by logging into icloud.com. So if I want to add a bill, edit the amount, mark it as paid, or access some other spreadsheet I can do it at my convenience. Most of the time its on my phone. It is close enough to Excel that you can learn it easily or convert files between Number and Excel. If you've never used a spreadsheet app, I think you will find it even easier than Excel.

Cons

There are some features that will take a little hunting to find at first, but some searches in the help menu or a web search will help you out on this front. It's a little tricky to use on the phone for some things, but for the most part pretty easy.

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Helpful with reports

Reviewed 8 months ago

It's self-sufficient and it works when you're creating reports, but it has fewer functions compared to MS Excel and Google Spreadsheet.

Pros

Personally, it's more user-friendly compared to MS Excel. Without using any formula, you can set up the data of each cell to be a checkbox, a star rating, slider, stepper, or a pop-up menu. I think that's very convenient. Also, the reports, tables, and charts look neater compared to MS Excel and Google Spreadsheet because it allows you to add & remove, and move objects easily. When the program detects that you're writing a formula, I love that it automatically gives you a quick list of all formulae and their uses or explanation on the sidebar. They also have nice looking preformatted tables, and a wide range of templates for calendars, checklists, reports, and the like.

Cons

There are missing features like 'removing duplicates' on a given data or report. There are also formulae in Google Spreadsheet and MS Excel that are not supported in Numbers so you'd have to be more innovative. When it comes to sharing files, Numbers don't usually open seamlessly or don't open at all in MS Excel, and given that more people are familiar with MS Excel, sharing files tend to be a little time-consuming because you'd have to convert them.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Numbers it is more than your usual spreadsheet

Reviewed 5 months ago

I love Numbers, more than a spreadsheet, it is designed to get involved in your general life. I started to use it just for work but now I've found it pretty useful to keep organized my life. It cost me a bit to learn all the tools but now I'm creating more and more, saving me time that I can use now for better and more enjoyable activities

Pros

I love the diversity of preformulated spreadsheets. I can use it beyond my job and create a routine for my daily needs and expenses. The creation of new formats, and formulas is easy and very intuitive. It has many tools and options not just related to the style and general format but for automatization and simple programming.

Cons

It is a bit complicated to get used to how it works. It requires more training time but is totally worth it.

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Numbers can rock collaborative spreadsheets

Reviewed a year ago

It’s been great. Apple is always adding new features and it’s simple for new would be excel users to learn. And it’s free!

Pros

Ok, so I’ve done a review on excel but I have to say numbers beats the heck out of excel in regards to sharing and editing spreadsheets. Like just kills Microsoft with a bang.

Cons

It’s only for Apple devices. I understand why but if numbers would work on PC too then it would be awesome. Because it’s just easy snd super great to share a sheet with someone… alas not if they us a pc.

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Manage your data and sheets easily

Reviewed 3 years ago

I spare time using Numbers, it helps me manage my daily tasks, I can calculate statistics with it and it offers now a collaboration function, which also makes my job easier. I am glad I made a change and use Numbers now.

Pros

It has a really nice, sleek design, it is much more intuitive than its competitors. The basic functions and formattings are easier to use than expected. You don't need to spend a lot of time actually learning how to use it, I highly recommend it.

Cons

It took me a while to get used to the way Numbers offers formulas and functions because I was used to Microsoft Excel. The least likable thing for me is that I can't do all the calculations I need to with it easily, but for an average user this is not an issue.

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Numbers works, but feels inefficient compared to the competition

Reviewed 4 months ago

It’s useable, but unfortunately it won’t be my long term choice due to the greater flexibility of the alternatives.

Pros

Numbers has a great look and feel, just like most things Apple. It displays beautifully, and being able to place multiple spreadsheets side by side or wherever you like is really nice both visually and productively. It can do a few things other apps can’t, when it comes to filtering or displaying charts, and especially when integrating with other apps, like live updating charts in Keynote with data from a Numbers document. It’s also robust and handles large documents well from my experience, though I haven’t dealt with massive files yet.

Cons

It lacks some of the features of Excel or even Google Sheets, and just feels clunkier to use at times. I have to use multiple keystrokes or even go to my mouse to do things that take only a single tab or enter keystroke on the other apps, and some things don’t appear to be possible at all.

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Free web-based spreadsheet. Great for use on an iPhone or iPad.

Reviewed 4 years ago

It works on any device that can connect to the internet. It is free with an iCloud account. Collaboration works flawlessly, in my experience. I just love being able to create and work on spreadsheets from my phone while traveling.

Pros

This product is free with any iPhone, iPad, or Mac. I love being able to create simple spreadsheets on my phone. You can collaborate with other users of the software live. It is effortless to create PDF and or Excel copies of the spreadsheets to share with users that do not use numbers or have minimal experience with spreadsheets. Apple devices are not required to use the software, anyone that has an iCloud account can use the software on from the website.

Cons

As an expert user of spreadsheets, I most likely design far more complex spreadsheets than the average user. That being said I found some complicated formulas are difficult to create on the iPhone. I discovered that many of my older colleagues were very hesitant, even to try to learn a new spreadsheet software. It would be nice to have some video quick reference guides made to Apple standards to help with earning the conversion of some of these possible new users.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Numbers is my favorite way to organize information!

Reviewed 2 years ago
Pros

I absolutely love Number. I use it almost every single time I need to organize information. Specifically, I have used it to track student's fluency goals in reading, keeping scores on digital assignments, planning birthday parties and so much more. Believe it or not, I even used it in March to organize and run relief efforts in my community after a devastating tornado. Whenever a volunteer would ask me what they could do, I would say "Pick a tab." :)

Cons

I have lost a very valuable document in Numbers and I'm not sure where it went. Somewhere into oblivion. During tornado relief, I was working on a document with neighborhood names and a list of immediate needs. Since the internet was pretty much nonexistent during relief days (no electricity), I was continuing to use Numbers as usual, assuming it was saving to my hard drive. However, somehow this document has disappeared. I suspect in relation to Wi-Fi issues and the inability to back-up documents.