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I am taking a range of names from another tab with the formula =SORT(UNIQUE('brands check'!B9:B8228)) in column B. I would like to add descriptions in other columns (D,E, etc) but as soon as I add a new name in the 'brands check' file the list is changing, and the descriptions or not matching anymore the original name.

Is there a way to keep the description attached to the shifting name?

Thank you

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You'll need to insert the other columns like this (note the curly brackets):

=SORT(UNIQUE({
'brands check'!B9:B,
'brands check'!C9:C,
'brands check'!D9:D
}))
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  • Thank you for the answer. The columns where I want to add the description are entered manually and not from the other tab (brands check).
    – Mattia
    Aug 19 at 17:27
  • The description of an element must be made in the same table as the element, any other position would be conceptually wrong.
    – Daniele
    Aug 19 at 18:46
  • Thank you for the answer.
    – Mattia
    Aug 22 at 12:03

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