Triggers when a user adds a new row to a selected worksheet.
Returns rows that match the criteria specified in a selected worksheet.
Returns the contents of a specified cell.
To use any of the above modules, you need to connect your Google account to Integromat. If you do not have a Google account yet, you can create one here
In order for Integromat to work with your Google Sheet file, the file must comply with several requirements.
The trigger "Watch a worksheet" retrieves only new rows that have not been filled in before. For example, if row 23 is newly filled in, the trigger will process it. Afterwards, the previous row will be deleted and overwritten with the new filled in row. Once this happens, the trigger will not return row 23 a second time.
The first row of a worksheet is always considered a header row (columns, captions) and the trigger does not register it as one to return.
The file must not contain a full blank row. If a blank row exists, it terminates the file and no rows after the blank row will be processed.
To connect Google Sheets to Integromat you must connect your Google account to Integromat. To do so, follow the general instructions for Connecting to services. After you click the Create a connection button, Integromat will redirect you to the Google website where you will be prompted to grant Integromat access to your account:
By clicking the Allow button in the bottom right hand corner, Integromat will be given access. Afterwards, you will be redirected back to the Integromat administration page. Now, you can continue creating your scenario.
Every time the Select rows action runs, it goes through all the rows in a file according to specified criteria. This distinguishes this trigger from the trigger Watch a worksheet that only watches for new rows added since the last run.
In the settings of the Select rows action, you can specify the sort order of the returned results and the maximum number of returned rows. You may also define a filter. Filters are written in the Google Spreadsheet API syntax. You can use standard comparison operators (>, >=, =, !=, <, <=), logical operators (and, or), and enclose filter expressions in parentheses.
Example: Suppose, you have at your disposal a file containing among other characteristics, names of people, their age (column age), and height (column height). Let's say you want to select all people who are over 25 years old, with a height of up to 185 cm and named Peter or Charles (column name). The filter below selects only data that meet these criteria.
age > 25 and height < 185 and (name = "Peter" or name = "Charles")
Note: To specify the name of the column that is to be filtered, use the name that is displayed in Integromat in parenthesis. For example, suppose you have a column named
Employee age (employeeage). The filter will look like: