In a nested Query formula in Google Sheets, a Query is written inside another Query. The result of the Subquery or we can say the inner Query is used to execute the outer Query. Without examples, you will definitely find it difficult to digest.

Unlike Excel, Google Sheets does not use dialog boxes for function arguments. Instead, it has an auto-suggest box that pops up as you type the name of the function into a cell. Instead, it has an auto-suggest box that pops up as you type the name of the function into a cell. This chapter introduces a very useful feature in Google Sheets: predefined functions. You'll use these functions to solve complex problems without having to worry about specific calculations. We’ll cover a lot of predefined functions, including functions for numbers, functions for strings, and functions for dates.