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Append Rows To Sheet

Appends values to a spreadsheet. The input range is used to search for existing data and find a "table" within that range. Values will be appended to the next row of the table, starting with the first column of the table. See the guide and sample code for specific details of how tables are detected and data is appended. The caller must specify the spreadsheet ID, range, and a valueInputOption. The valueInputOption only controls how the input data will be added to the sheet (column-wise or row-wise), it does not influence what cell the data starts being written to.

External Documentation

To learn more, visit the Google Sheets documentation.

Basic Parameters

File IdentifierThe identifier of the file. You can create a file identifier using the Set File Variable action.
RangeThe range the values cover, in A1 notation.
For output, this range indicates the entire requested range, even though the values
will exclude trailing rows and columns. When appending values, this field represents
the range to search for a table, after which values will be appended.
Sheet NameThe name of the sheet.
Spreadsheet IDThe ID of the spreadsheet.
ValuesThe data that was read or to be written.
This is an array of arrays, the outer array representing all the data and each inner array representing a major dimension.
Each item in the inner array corresponds with one cell.

For input, supported value types are: bool, string, and double. Null values will be skipped.
To set a cell to an empty value, set the string value to an empty string.

Advanced Parameters

Delegated User OverridePerform the action on behalf of another user, overriding the delegated user defined in the connection.

If not specified, the delegated user is the one provided in the connection.

Has no effect when using an OAuth connection.

NOTE: the connection details are not edited by this input.
Major DimensionThe major dimension of the values. For output, if the spreadsheet
data is: A1=1,B1=2,A2=3,B2=4, then requesting range=A1:B2,majorDimension=ROWS
will return [[1,2],[3,4]], whereas requesting range=A1:B2,majorDimension=COLUMNS
will return [[1,3],[2,4]]. For input, with range=A1:B2,majorDimension=ROWS
then [[1,2],[3,4]] will set A1=1,B1=2,A2=3,B2=4. With range=A1:B2,majorDimension=COLUMNS
then [[1,2],[3,4]] will set A1=1,B1=3,A2=2,B2=4. When writing, if this field
is not set, it defaults to ROWS.
Value Input OptionHow the input data should be interpreted.

Example Output

"spreadsheetId": "1uW957i4riQvq4E4zRwpwCMuwas_BRIuEPvlPQ0qsB70",
"tableRange": "Sheet1!A1:E55",
"updates": {
"spreadsheetId": "1uW957i4riQvq4E4zRwpwCMuwas_BRIuEPvlPQ0qsB70",
"updatedRange": "Sheet1!A56:E56",
"updatedRows": 1,
"updatedColumns": 5,
"updatedCells": 5

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