I wondered if there are plans to add the ability to query a google sheet - for example =“select AVG(C),MIN(C),MAX(C),A,B,LOWER(D),G,COUNT(D) where LOWER(D) like('%” & B5 & “%') and A>=” & B3 & " and B>=" & B4 & " and LOWER(G) LIKE(‘%" &B6 &"%’) group BY D,A,B,G LABEL AVG(C) ‘Average Price’, MIN(C) ‘Low’, MAX(C) ‘High’, COUNT(D) ‘No of Properties’, LOWER(D) ‘Location’" and place the results in another sheet. For this use case I have lots of property price data based on beds, baths, location and type of property. At the moment, I manually enter the values for B3, B4, B5 and B6 (bed, baths, location, type) , the query is stored in B7, and the output A10 (where formula is =query(AllRecords!A:G,B7))
Hi @Mark_van_Bellen I was never aware Google Sheets had this Querying capability! I’ll open a discussion with our Pieces team and see what it takes to do this. I like the idea but we need to scope it and see if it’s practically doable.
Thank you for the great suggestion…
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