Google‘s Smart Compose feature in Gmail has helped me a lot, from autofilling names to completing sentences and saving me time. Now, the company is rolling out similar technology in its GSuite Google Workplace product, Google Sheets.

There are a couple of things you can do through the new Smart fill feature in Google Sheets. If you have a column with full names, and you’re making one with last names, it’ll suggest formula as soon as you type the first entry. Similarly, if you have a column for a postal address, and you’re creating another with postcodes, the new smart autofill will pick up these codes after you key in the first entry.

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This’ll come in handy when you’re preparing a list of people to send out invites or holiday greetings, for example. You can see the new feature in action in the GIF below.