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If you want a more pleasing-to-the-eye background, you may choose a dark background in Google Sheets. We’ll guide you through the process of setting dark mode in Google Sheets for Android, iPhone, and desktop PCs in this tutorial..
It’s fairly easy to switch to dark mode in Google Sheets on your smartphone. To do that, open the Google Sheets app on Android or iPhone and tap the three-line menu in the top-left corner of the screen.
Following the activation of dark mode in Google Sheets, you will be able to view individual documents in the app in a light theme. For example, if you want to see how a spreadsheet appears with a light backdrop, you don’t have to switch to the light theme throughout the whole application. This may be accomplished by opening any spreadsheet in the Google Sheets app on an Android or iPhone device and tapping the three-dot symbol in the top-right corner of the screen.
This opens the Google Sheets preferences pane for the spreadsheet you’re currently working on. To see the spreadsheet with a light backdrop, turn on the switch next to “View In Light Theme” on the toolbar.
However, even though Google Sheets does not officially support dark mode on the desktop, you may activate it by modifying the flags in your Google Chrome browser.
Before you begin, keep in mind that this approach will impose dark mode on all websites, not only Google Sheets, so be aware of that before you begin. Open Google Chrome on your computer, whether it’s running Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux, and enter chrome:/flags in the address bar at the top of the window.
That’s all there is to it! You may access the Google Sheets website in dark mode by clicking here. In this case, the backdrop will be black, while the text will be in white. In addition, you should investigate how to activate dark mode in Google Docs.