Oh, and also from Postlight's labs, Textmoji  is a cute generator of custom emojis for Slack or Discord or whatnot.
Does anyone know of such a software? Can read multiple types (csv/xlsx/maybe even m files or npy?), Does not do automatic conversions, simple editing and minimal calculation capabilities?
Sort of the vim/notepad++ of spreadsheets
This app looks like a great alternative! I will definitely be checking it out.
I just pull up a Python REPL and doing such calculations is really easy.
I find smartphone solutions - calculators to be annoying, scientific calculators too much, spreadsheets to be too slow. This is what I need.
I once did some checks and found at least one shortener could store a URL string of at least 65KB . That was in 2009. Not sure where those shortener limits are all at today - I suspect the industry dynamics changed when Twitter introduced its built-in shortener.
However there is a link shortener that is quietly hosted by GitHub called https://git.io that doesn't seem to have a length limit as far as I've discovered. 
In general, I recommend anyone that reports something is broken on their brower to at least try it in a guest profile (i.e. with all extensions disabled, all settings being default) first. The author can't really catch the issue if it's caused by certain extensions/block rules/non-default settings.
"This site does not work without JS" is a totally valid statement (I don't know what the point is though). No one knows GP (or you) runs their browsers with what extensions if they didn't explicitly mention it.
A white screen is a white screen. It has more interpretations than you think, including a dead website.
It turns out that the app only loads if a "social sharing" script first gets loaded. This script is blocked by some ublock origin extension's block list.
edit: ah, just AVG() then, the scroll didn't work on my first try so I assumed it only showed SUM() and AVG() was just a "hidden" function.
A bit cumbersome to add equations. Consider a few quick-populated options with common ones?
Is there anyone who opens a classic spreadsheet software (from excel to google sheets) and says "I need something limited with less cells!"?
I can see a lot of uses for that kind of "quick spreadsheeting" that don't require you to fire a full-blown editor.
But it's not.
Noteped++ is a pure text editor, word is not (because it has formatting, auto capitalization and other crap, that might bother you, especially if you paste a snippet of code).
This is like openining an online, special, 10-line limited version of notepad, instead of a normal notepad, that you already have installed on your pc, which has no line limits.
The first thing I do in any spreadsheet is to delete all of columns except for five, then add more if needed.
I wish there was an option in Google Sheets to start with fewer columns. I almost never need a full alphabet.
If I need to jot down a quick note, I wouldn't use a word processor with all the inane amount of options. I would use a simple note app because all those word processing options serve no purpose and makes the simple task I'm trying to complete harder then it needs to be. Simplicity is a very convenient feature.
If I use a product and find it handy and convenient I'll remember to use it next time. Likewise, if I use a product and find it obtuse and makes a simple task harder than it needs to be, I'll remember not to use it next time.
On desktop it's kind of silly compared to google sheets, but open it on a phone and it's a joy to use for something quick and screenshot vs google sheets.
Also, doing doing freelance project quotations with breakdown. Expected hours for each task and stuff like that.
This works perfectly for me. I have bookmarked to my main page. I just like spreadsheets.
But if anyone wants a bit more, I found https://ethercalc.net/ which I am exploring right now.
Anyway, the design of Tinysheet looks refined and slick. Very nice job.
However I haven’t been able to contribute lately because I was helping to build a covid health information system as part of my masters