# Google Sheets Filter Lines with no Empty Colums - AT LEASTS ONE conlum filled

I need help with Google Sheets.

Someone, know how to do a filter and sort lines with "no Blank Coluns".

I need filter names(Each Lines) - That has number 1 check AT LEASTS ONE in green colum.

I need list all names in top, that has number 1 in green colum, at least one column filled.

• Names(each Line) with ALL EMPTY COLUM, empty green colum, can be displayed after.

It's possíble to do? Some article to me sutdy? someone to help make this? thanks all

• Welcome to Web Apps Stack Exchange! A spreadsheet with a dummy data would help us immensely here. A screenshot isn't terribly helpful, as we are not able to work out any cell reference. Thank you for your understanding. P.S. there might be a very simple solution with a helper column, though I can't be sure without your sheet. Sep 6 at 22:57

Welcome!

It's a pity that you didn't heed David Tan's advice and didn't give a link to your table - it's really completely unclear from the screenshot where your data starts on the sheet and how far it extends to the right.

Let's say you start your spreadsheet in cell A1 (at least people usually do that). In this case, we see that you have eight A:H columns in red, two I:J columns in yellow, and at least eight K:R columns in green. And you want to use the values of these green columns as the sort criteria.

There are tricky tricks that allow you to process individual rows of a range. However, I do not advise you to look towards `MMULT()`, `SEQUENCE()` and others - formulas using them are difficult to understand, apply and edit. Take it easy - sum the individual columns of the filter range:

``````=SORT(A1:R,K1:K+L1:L+M1:M+N1:N+O1:O+P1:P+Q1:Q+R1:R,0)
or
={A1:R1;FILTER(A2:R,K2:K+L2:L+M2:M+N2:N+O2:O+P2:P+Q2:Q+R2:R)}
``````

Yes, this construction seems clumsy and unwieldy, but you only need to enter it once.

Solution:

I Create a Colum Before K.

J Colum, i make formule: =COUNTUNIQUE(L61:AM61)

The logic is sum all coluns filleds. Return 0, 1, 2, 3, 4.

Now, I can sort the colum J by Desc. And too, filter the date.

And I get List by date, and sorted by Desc(any colum of K-Z ).