I have the following QUERY

=query(XX!A2:A;" select A where A>'50' ")


=query(YY!A2:A;" select A where A>'50' ")

how do I combine these two data sources so I don't have to have two separate columns they process data to?

  • best would be if the 1st row from XX is followed by the 1st row of YY, 2nd row followed by 2nd row... and so on
  • If the above option is not easily possible, it is OK for one query to be followed by the second one (if I expect correctly that the start of the second will be moved with newly added data into the first one)

1 Answer 1


the most easier is to do:

={QUERY(XX!A2:A; "select A where A>'50'");
  QUERY(YY!A2:A; "select A where A>'50'")}

={QUERY(XX!A2:A; "select A where A is not null");
  QUERY(YY!A2:A; "select A where A is not null")}

to zip 2 queries you can do:

 "select A where A is not null")))))\QUERY(XX!A2:A; 
 "select A where A is not null")};
 "select A where A is not null")))))\QUERY(YY!A2:A; 
 "select A where A is not null")}}; 
 "select Col2 order by Col1 asc")

  • This results in error: Function 2 parameter ARRAY_ROW has unexpected row dimension. Expected size: 545. real size: 413. Feb 27, 2019 at 12:17
  • are these two queries from the same sheet?
    – user0
    Feb 27, 2019 at 12:18
  • yes. But in the end I might not need that >50 functionality so basically I just need to combine two lists of IDs from those two sheets into one bigger list that automatically expands once I add new IDs in any of those two sheets Feb 27, 2019 at 12:19
  • can you share a copy of that sheet?
    – user0
    Feb 27, 2019 at 12:20
  • link Feb 27, 2019 at 12:29

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