How to Split a Comma-Separated List of URLs From a Column Into Separate Rows in Google Sheets

If you have a spreadsheet that has a column with a comma-separated list of values (like URLs), you can easily combine them and create a separate row for each one in Google Sheets using a formula like this:

=TRANSPOSE(SPLIT(JOIN(",", Sheet1!B2:B), ","))

The formula above references column B of Sheet1, where each row's Column B is a comma-separated list of URLs for each product on a Shopify store.

Here's what the formula does:

  1. JOIN(",", Sheet1!B2:B): This part of the formula combines all …

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How to Import a Range From Another Sheet Within the Same Spreadsheet in Google Sheets

Google Sheets has an IMPORTRANGE function that allows you to import a range of cells from another spreadsheet and requires you to enter the spreadsheet's URL.

But what if you just want to reference data from another sheet within the same spreadsheet?

A simpler approach is to use the QUERY function instead.

A Quick Example

We can use this formula to pull the values from columns A and B of Sheet1:


Here's the data in Sheet1:

We'll enter the formula in …

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How to Give Your Staff Permission to Install Apps and Approve App Charges on Your Shopify Store

Shopify supports very granular permissions that can be given to individual staff accounts.  This is a really good way to improve security as you can limit each staff's access to only those parts of the Shopify Admin that are necessary to do their job.

As app developers, we sometimes get questions when a member of a merchant's team can't install or approve app charges, preventing them from using our app.

Most of our apps use recurring subscriptions via the Shopify Billing …

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How to Reference the Current Row in Google Sheets Formulas

Google Sheets has an INDIRECT function that lets users use relative row references in formulas.

For example, instead of using a formula like =A2+B2, you can replace the row numbers with a variable referencing the current row.  This way, you don't have to worry about whether the references for the current row are correct if your formula only deals with data in the current row.

This is particularly useful if you're pushing the formula to …

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Duplicate Your Orders Using The Shopify Admin

Duplicating a single Shopify Order is pretty straight forward and we think done most efficiently using the Shopify admin.  It works with the click of a few buttons and you can review the order before performing the duplication.

Duplicate From The Order Admin

To duplicate your orders, you need to first navigate to the order you want to duplicate.  At the time of this writing, Shopify doesn't have a way to duplicate orders in bulk or from the list page.  …

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