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September 2022: Improved visuals, XMATCH and XLOOKUP, Spilled range operator and Implicit Intersection support

New User Interface

Visualizing your spreadsheet models as predictive dashboards, automating financial statements and running what-if and risk analyses has become even easier with the new updated user interface. This is the first one in the series of improvements we have planned to enable you to get answers from your Excel models even faster.

Excel model imported to Visyond
Predictive interactive dashboard, driven by the spreadsheet

To learn more and see the important changes, check out the highlights here.

XMATCH and XLOOKUP functions support

Visyond’s Excel-like experience is now even more Excel-like now that you can use the XMATCH function and import Excel spreadsheets containing it. Happy modeling!

XMATCH function

Spilled range operator (e.g., =SUM(A2#)) and Implicit intersection support (e.g., =@INDEX(A1:A10,B1))

Visyond now supports the latest Excel syntax for dynamic arrays:


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Important look & feel improvements

Navigation between modules has been moved to the side bar.

Navigation between modules

Scenario Switcher

Scenario switcher has been moved to the top panel for better accessibility.

Scenario Switcher


The Charts panel is now located inside the Spreadsheet menu.


Financial Statement Generator

Financial Statements have been moved under the Spreadsheet category in the menu. The statements are now displayed alongside the spreadsheet so you can see both of them as you select rows and columns to be used in your statements (and watch the statements populate themselves!).

Financial Statements

Interactive Dashboards

When testing assumptions and scenarios on interactive dashboards, values that you input and that don’t correspond to the currently active case in the spreadsheet are now marked with an orange circle to indicate that the cells exposed on the dashboard are in the ‘What-if mode’ (as opposed to ‘Linked to spreadsheet’).

Highlighted cells are in the ‘What-if’ mode on an interactive dashboard
Updated on September 16, 2022

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