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Using Formulas on newly created Google Sheets row

  • 2 March 2020
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When creating a new spreadsheet row, is there a way to use the new input data on formulas that are wating on dormant unedited cells on that row? For example:

I create row with data on cells A to C. Cells D to F are blank but have formulas that use references from cells A:C. Zapier behaviour seems to be deleting the cells that are not supposed to be filled with data.

I could try using update row instead of creating a new row, but for that to happen I'd need to be able to identify the first blank row from the bottom as the one to be edited. Is this possible?

Thank you in advance


Best answer by Royko 3 March 2020, 16:44

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Hi @Royko,

Sorry you're running into trouble! Generally using formulas in your Google Sheet will break your Zap. However, we do have a workaround documented along with more information in this article:

Google Sheets - Integration Help & Support | Zapier Let us know if that helps clarify or if you run into any other issues!

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It definitely helped! Cheers