Here’s a quick summary of what’s new in Excel 2019, relative to Excel 2016.

New charts:

Two new chart types, Funnel Chart and Map Chart, are available in Excel 2019.

You can create a map chart to compare values and show categories across geographical regions. Use it when you have geographical regions in your data, like countries/regions, states, counties or postal codes.

Funnel charts show values across multiple stages in a process. For example, you could use a funnel chart to show the number of sales prospects at each stage in a sales pipeline. Typically, the values decrease gradually, allowing the bars to resemble a funnel.

Enhanced AutoComplete

When you start typing a function name, AutoComplete will show you a list of functions that start with what you typed. In Excel 2019, AutoComplete tries to give you a better list. If you type =Day, you no longer just get DAY and DAYS360. Now you also get NETWORKDAYS, TODAY, and many more.

Power Query and Power Pivot

Excel 2019 adds many new minor features including several new connectors, new filter options, and new transform options.

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No CSV warnings

Excel 2019 will no longer warn you that you’ll lose features if you save as a CSV file.

Icons

The Insert tab in Excel 2019 contains an Icons control with many premade icons for you to use.SVG images

SVG images

In Excel 2019, you can insert Scalable Vector Graphic (SVG) images and even convert them into shapes.

Deselect cells

If you’ve ever selected multiple cells by holding down the Ctrl key and you accidentally selected too many, you’ll appreciate this new feature. Instead of starting over, you can Ctrl+click a selected cell to deselect it.

PivotTable layout

You can save your preferred PivotTable settings as a default layout, and all new PivotTables you create will automatically have those settings.

New functions

CONCAT

This new function is like CONCATENATE, but better. First of all, it’s shorter and easier to type. But it also supports range references, in addition to cell references. Learn more about CONCAT.

IFS

With this function, conditions are tested in the order that you specify. If passed, the result is returned. You can also specify an else “catch all” if none of the conditions are met. Learn more about IFS.

MAXIFS

This function returns the largest number in a range, that meets a single or multiple criteria.

MINIFS

This function is similar to MAXIFS, but it returns the smallest number in a range, that meets a single or multiple criteria.

SWITCH

This function evaluates an expression against a list of values in order, and returns the first matching result. If no results match, the “else” is returned.

TEXTJOIN

This function combines text from multiple ranges, and each item is separated by a delimiter that you specify.

 

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