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Google Sheets

 Workflow Triggers & Actions

CreateRow
Create a new row in your spreadsheet. There has to be a header row in your worksheet before a row can be added.
FindRow
This component finds row in a sheet.
DeleteRows
This component deletes rows in worksheet.
CountRows
This component creates a new project.
NewRow
This trigger fires any time a new row is added to your spreadsheet. In order to work properly, the worksheet has to contain a header row.

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Google Sheets

 Workflow Triggers

NewRow
This trigger fires any time a new row is added to your spreadsheet. In order to work properly, the worksheet has to contain a header row.