ExcelChat!

Instant help from Excel support experts

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Christopher Obereder
@thecreativchris · Co-Founder of Kamibox.de (35M users)
Hey Product Hunt,
 
I wanted to let you know about ExcelChat!, which has the potential to make anyone an Excel master. Please check it out and let me know what you think.
 
ExcelChat! is offering a way for students and professionals to receive help with their Excel problems, just by uploading the Excel sheet at hand. However, unlike automated assistance tools, ExcelChat! connects users with a tutor who then responds directly with customized answers and explanations.
 
To use the website, users simply upload their Excel sheet and hit send, optionally typing in additional information that will help their tutor answer the question. They also assign the question to the error message that they are getting, which aids in matching their request with the right tutor. Within seconds a tutor will respond with an in-depth explanation and at the end he will disclose the answer. The user can view how the expert is solving the problem and can ask questions if he needs further clarification. Currently, the website is totally free and experts are available from 9AM to 12AM (PST).

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Christopher Obereder
@thecreativchris · Co-Founder of Kamibox.de (35M users)
Hey Product Hunt   I wanted to let you know about ExcelChat!, which has the potential to make anyone an Excel master. Please check it out and let me know what you think   ExcelChat! is offering a way for students and professionals to receive help with their Excel problems, just by uploading the Excel sheet at hand. However, unlike automated assistance... Show More
Danny Sauter
@dannysauter · Co-Founder, Bamboo Marketing
Love the concept. A few more things I'd like to know from the landing page before signing up or feeling good about sharing this with friends: *How long does the typical response take? Are we talking minutes, hours, or days? *Who are the experts? What experience do they have? *Examples of common projects/problems you can help with
Evan Warren
@evanwarren87 · Product designer
My mom would love to use it.
Mamamia
@chewing_it · WWW
Nice idea indeed
Li
@unbeliguoble
This is like clippy, but more useful! Question for you guys, I didn't see it in your privacy policy, but how long do you retain user's Excel documents/how do you ensure that those documents aren't compromised. I imagine users could be using real business data that they would want to keep secure.
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