When we are in need of generating reports or doing team collaboration, we need to have a tool that can enable us to turn data into visuals …
Google Charts are used by the Project Teams in the Research and Development Department, as we use them in giving sprint charts like Burn …
Google Charts is being used by our organization to create graphs and charts for our team and for our clients. I love that it integrates …
Our Information Technology team uses Google Charts on dashboards and specific applications that need better ways to display data. It helps …
Our digital marketing team uses Google Charts to create campaign decks for suppliers and category teams. So, they can show if the goal of …
Our company uses Google Charts to create graphs and charts from our data and visualize our data for both ourselves, and for us to present …
Google Charts is being used on a team by team basis here where I work. It was selected because Google integration is very straight forward …
Google Charts being a free tool for a reporting dashboard, it does a very good job. It offers interactive dashboards. Even though adding a …
Google Charts is being used to create visuals and charts for our team. It is easy to use and it allows us to store and edit data and …
Google Charts is being used to create charts and manage our data through the cloud in a meaningful way. It is being used by most of our …
Google Charts is being used to keep track of our data and visualize our stats for our business. It helps us to make better business …
Google Charts is a great software because it is free. We use it to create charts and graphs for our reports. The team that uses it the …
This tool is a great application to be able to create a graph and chart quickly and easily. We use it for our reporting, our sales …
Google Charts is being used to create shareable graphics from our data for our website and for other purposes. Most of our team uses this …
Google Charts is being used for the visualisation of our AGILE methodology reporting for each development sprint. We display burn down …
Pre-built visualization formats (heatmaps, scatter plots etc.) (50)
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Customizable dashboards (49)
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Reviewers rate Report sharing and collaboration and Pre-built visualization formats (heatmaps, scatter plots etc.) and Multi-User Support (named login) highest, with a score of 8.4.
The most common users of Google Charts are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees) and the Computer Software industry.
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- It is free.
- Cross platform, browser support.
- A lot of choices regarding charts.
- It can take a longer learning curve.
- I have to make sure I am online all the time.
- Customization can improve more.
- Ease of use
- Free to use without cost
- Integrated with GSuite Products
- There is No Offline Option
- Customization can be difficult
- Customization is very easy.
- Very easy to be able to share a lot of the reports and charts.
- The graphics look awesome.
- There are portions where you need to be able to code in order to make edits.
- Embedding the charts can be a bit difficult.
- I wish there was offline access and editing.
- Ease of use.
- Visual customization.
- Integrations with other frameworks.
- Visual adaptation for smaller screens.
- Google Charts help create trendline and stacked column charts to show case growth and new customer lift. As well as, they help visualize customer acquisition broken down by segments and sales divisions.
- Google Charts enables collaboration of analysts with marketing specialists. So, they can address issues with missing campaign information quickly and complete analysis of campaigns before deadline.
- Google Charts allow their visualizations to be added to Gmail and website for simple readability. So, they don't have to be attached separately to an email being sent to supplier or category teams.
- Custom and more complex charts are difficult to create
- When creating trends in Google Charts and moving to Excel, they get distorted.
- Geo specific visualizations included in other BI tools are missing from Google Charts.
- Google Charts is easy to use and intuitive.
- Offer a large amount of charts and graphs compared to other options.
- They have a free option for the product.
- Customer support could be improved.
- Interface can be a bit slow at times.
- Depending on what you want to do, you may need to know how to code.
- Data tables and charts that are highly customizable
- Integration with Google Sheets
- Some companies require Microsoft applications vs Google
- No desktop application, browser only
- Interactive dashboards with real-time data
- Multiple data sources can be added
- Dynamic data loading into the charts
- Loading data source is not straight forward, can be simplified
- Rich and complex analytics is not supported
- You can easily pick up on the software it is pretty easy to use.
- I love that the software is free.
- I like that it is a collaborative software that you can work on projects with teammates together.
- I wish there was an offline version of the software so you could make edits offline.
- Some of the user interface elements could be improved.
- Cross platform usability.
- Chart variety.
- No offline access.
- Can be slow at times.
- Google Charts is easy to use and that is one of the strengths.
- The fact that they have a free version is one of the strengths.
- It is widely used so there are lots of resources.
- Has room for improvement on making more complex charts.
- Customer service could be improved.
- some complexities
- customization is difficult
- learning curve
- Easy to use.
- Does not take a lot of time.
- Accessible offline.
- Can be overwhelming.
- great visualization
- some charts are complex
- finding certain settings can be difficult
- customer service
- Easily integrates with other parts of Gsuite
- Easy access to well documented API's for integration with third party software
- Free to use for all cases
- Some tools are more beginner friendly
- Default charts aren't as extensive as other tools
- Displays data in charts
- Configure the way charts are displayed
- Connect to data in [real-time]
- Integration with other non-Gsuite platforms
- Customer support
- they're free with Google suite and they have backing in terms of powerful Google apps which can be plugged in to perform multiple actions like using Google sheets to import raw data into Google Charts
- they're the most simple app to use when it comes to creating charts and visual dashboards
- ease of customization
- ease of using custom APIs from developers side to help make any types of charts and dashboards you want
- they don't have geographic charts yet like any other BI tool (MS BI, Tableau)
- customization needs knowledge of programming language and it is not done through some plugins which give you perform the customization through a UI way
- Google Charts is free so a terrific tool for universities and students
- Provides new users that need charts an inventory and gallery of potential charts and types to visualize data
- The software is useful to add charts and data for websites with limited effort but with success
- By making it free, it sort of makes the user think they are missing something
- Limited technical support, kind of have to figure it out
- Pie charts for allocation of budget
- Representation of costs
- Donation breakouts
- Edits by multiple users
- Share ability across the platforms
- User guides / videos
- The payload for Google Charts is only 43kb, much smaller than Chart.js.
- Easy to use.
- Easy to pick up if you've used Excel.
- Customizing them visually is hard. You basically get the Google color palette.
- Not easily integrated into other frameworks.
- It is available free of cost.
- You can embed the charts on your website.
- There is extensive list available from which you can use the design you want.
- Regular updates and changes in GUI makes it difficult sometimes to find the required feature.
- Color combinations.
- Added users for easy access.
- Honestly none. I think the platform is amazing as is.
- Return on Investment
- Interface can be better
- More themes can be added
- Difficult for amateurs
- Import of data from Google sheets
- Unique data visualization
- Easy to get started
- There are some bugs that pop up consistently
- Would be great to have more APIs to integrate new data sources
- Would be great to have more templates to work off of