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In Excel 2016, Microsoft have introduced the following new built-in functions. Note that these functions are not available in Excel 2016 for Mac.

Text Functions | |||||||||
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CONCAT | Joins together two or more text strings. ## Concat Function Example
In the above spreadsheet on the right, the text strings in cells A1, B1 and C1 can be joined together, using the Concat function, as follows: =CONCAT( A1:C1 ) which gives the resulting text string | ||||||||

TEXTJOIN | Joins together two or more text strings, separated by a delimiter. ## Textjoin Function Example
In the above spreadsheet on the right, the text strings in cells A1, B1 and C1 can be joined together, separated by the delimiter "\", using the Textjoin function as follows: =TEXTJOIN( "\", TRUE, A1:C1 ) which gives the resulting text string |

Logical Functions | |||||||||
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IFS | Tests a number of supplied conditions and returns a result corresponding to the first condition that evaluates to TRUE. ## Ifs Function Example
In the above spreadsheet on the right, the ifs function can be used to divide the value in cell A1 by the first non-zero value in cells B1-C1: =IFS( B1<>0, A1/B1, C1<>0, A1/C1 ) which gives the result (I.e. the value in cell A1 divided by the value in cell C1.) | ||||||||

SWITCH | Compares a number of supplied values to a supplied test expression and returns a result corresponding to the first value that matches the test expression. ## Switch Function Example
In the above spreadsheet on the right, the switch function is used to return a season relating to the number in cell A1. =SWITCH( A1, 1, "Spring", 2, "Summer", 3, "Autumn", 4, "Winter" ) which gives the result |

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FORECAST.ETS | Predicts a future value based based on historical values by using the AAA version of the Exponential Smoothing (ETS) algorithm. | ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

FORECAST.ETS.CONFINT | Returns a confidence interval for a forecast value at a specified target date. | ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

FORECAST.ETS.SEASONALITY | Returns the length of the repetitive pattern Excel detects for a specified time series. | ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

FORECAST.ETS.STAT | Returns one or more statistical values as a result of time series forecasting. | ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

FORECAST.LINEAR | Predicts a future point on a linear trend line fitted to a supplied set of x- and y- values. For example, the Forecast.Linear function can be used to predict the value of the trend line through the given x- and y- values in cells F2-G7 of the spreadsheet below, at the value x=7: | ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

MAXIFS | Returns the largest value from a subset of values in a list that are specified according to one or more criteria. ## Maxifs Function Example
In the above spreadsheet on the right, the maximum exam score recorded in Group 1, can be found by using the Maxifs function as follows: =MAXIFS( C2:C9, B2:B9, 1 ) which gives the result | ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

MINIFS | Returns the smallest value from a subset of values in a list that are specified according to one or more criteria. ## Minifs Function Example
In the above spreadsheet on the right, the minimum exam score recorded in Ggroup 2, can be found by using the Minifs function as follows: =MINIFS( C2:C9, B2:B9, 2 ) which gives the result |