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Create a new sheet (Sheet2) within the spreadsheet. Set the A1 cell to be =filter(Sheet1!A:X, Sheet1!A:A>1). (See docs on the filter function.) You should then be able to save or export Sheet2 as CSV with only the filtered values.


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And for those who are using the "custom formula" option you will need to know that the formula is based off the cell immediately under the filter. So if your have a filter in Cell A1, use A2 in the custom formula. Here is an example =(A2=$C$1)


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Remember to us the cell under the filter heading in the formula, so if your filter is on A3, use A4. Here is an example for a filter in cell A1, checking if it matches a value in C1 =(A2=$C$1) for your specific question you would use =A2>500


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The best way to do this is to just select the cells you want to save as CSV, paste it into notepad, then find/replace tab with a comma.


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If your data is in A1:D10, maybe: =filter(A1:D10,A1:A10>500) To allow for "new ones will be added" put the formula outside A:D and adjust to: =filter(A1:D,A1:A>500) Edit to include comment from someone who knows (@AdamL): it is not possible to do what you want with the Sheets filter tool alone. You can combine both the filter tool and a ...


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You can make a Pivot table for that, inserting the desired filter. Then just export it as CSV.


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At this time, on Google Sheets owner and users with permissions to edit a protected range are allowed to filter it. to edit saved filters. users without permissions to edit a protected range are not allowed to filter the protected range. to edit view filters created by others. are allowed to create temporary and to save view filters to edit own ...


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You are used to an empty cell having a value of zero in other functions. However, QUERY acts uniquely from other functions. As currently set up, you are asking QUERY to subtract a null string from a number (i.e., to act on two different data types), and QUERY makes no assumptions about what those "should mean" (i.e., it is literal). This is the ...


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In filter you choose filter by condition, then custom formula is =(O:O >date(2016,1,1)) + (O:O ="") The letter is the column letter. The + is use to do multiple conditions. (OR) Best practice is to test them solo. For example just write =(O:O >date(2016,1,1)) to make sure that part of the formula works. Then test the other one alone and so forth....


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Apparently in Google Sheets, when you turn on the filter (say on the first row) and you don't create a named filter view, that filter on the first row is still set with a range that only goes to the maximum number of rows that you have set up at the moment you turn on filters. If you add rows (not data to existing rows, but physical rows) to the spreadsheet,...


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Google Sheet's Filter Views only work on the range specified. This range does not update upon the adding of rows or columns. The second issue, the number not being sorted, is because of the first one. Those cells are not in the range of the Filter View.


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Follow this answer. Create a new sheet within the same document Use filter function (Set the A1 cell to be =filter(Sheet1!A:X, Sheet1!A:A>1)). (See docs on the filter function.) Import range from this new sheet.


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This won't be possible because you unintentionally create a circular reference by referring $C$2 from inside of the range C1:C. Therefore you will need to put it outside of the box like for example by swapping 1st & 2nd row and creating green filtered view from 2nd row onwards: =REGEXMATCH(C3, $C$1)


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I was able to do what i needed with =and(date(2019, 7, 1) <= 'Expense Date', 'Expense Date' < date(2020, 7, 1)) in your case, i would expect that is =AND(<val> <> "Financial", <val> <> "Income") <val> will need single quotes if it has a space in it


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Well, it's clunky, but this works: INDIRECT("R" & ROW() & "C" & COLUMN(),false) e.g. = AND(INDIRECT("R" & ROW() & "C" & COLUMN(),false) <> "Financial",INDIRECT("R" & ROW() & "C" & COLUMN(),false) <> "Income") I could make it a lot neater if I could pack some of this into a custom function, but I can't seem to ...


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Instead of using the Google Sheets UI filters, use a formula to filter the results. To do this you could use functions like FILTER and QUERY


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You can see the range defined - it is highlighted in green line I just ran into this problem myself, and this is what I did to solve it (2 options) Option 1 - Simply update the range The range is specified in the bar on the top, above the columns. Just update it. Option 2 - Select option in menu to update the range If you cannot find the range, go to the ...


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Temporary Filter Views can't be renamed. To "delete" a a temporary Filter View, refresh the current web browser tab, open the spreadsheet in a new web browser tab or in another web browser


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Go to Filter by condition\Custom formula and insert following: =MATCH(A2, {"amazon", "amz", "azamon"}, 0) where A2 - is cell where your data starts and row you are filtering (in example A1 is header and you filter by first row), {"amazon", "amz", "azamon"} - list of your conditions.


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This is what is shown in the linked spreadsheet Please note that each column includes a dropdown button. That is the way that Filter/Filter views work on Google Sheets. If you want that the filter shows all the values in the array, you should change the shape of the array from 3 columns 1 row to 1 column 3 rows as follows ={"Picard";"Q";"Data"} If you ...


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Edit per OP's comment (This works great if the rows have no spaces in them but my data does have extra blank rows in between the rows of data as well.) =IFNA(QUERY({A3:I11},"select Col1, Col"&MATCH(B16,A2:I2,0)&", Col"&MATCH(B16,A2:I2,0)+1&" where Col"&MATCH(B16,A2:I2,0)&" !=0 and Col1 is not null"),"missing") ...


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Your formula would be: =QUERY({G2:I,ArrayFormula(VLOOKUP(H2:H,{C2:C,B2:B},2,0))}, "select Col4, Col1, Col2, Col3 where Col3='passed' order by Col4 , Col2 ") Functions used: + VLOOKUP + ARRAYFORMULA + QUERY


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Unless you want to delve into the Advanced Google Services or Filter View, a "quick and dirty" workaround would be to rename your filters giving them a serial number: 01-myfilter, 02-yourfilter, 03-onemore. Rather a practical solution of re-naming than a "Google developer solution".


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The Google Sheets UI, the Google Apps Script service and the Google Sheets API do not include a way to sort the list of filter views on the Google Sheets UI, but the filter views are editable so you could each item in the filter view to make have the settings that you want. NOTE: Google Apps Script doesn't support filter views directly but you could use the ...


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Here's a way to achieve this =FILTER(B1:B10, iferror(ArrayFormula( VLOOKUP(B1:B10,$A$1:$A$10,1,false)) ,true)) EDIT : If you have a lot of values this is maybe a better solution : =FILTER(B1:B10,ArrayFormula(COUNTIF($A$1:$A$10,B1:B10)-1)) Breakdown of the formula VLOOKUP: Vlookup to see if there's a match between values in B and A. It returns ...


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At this time IMPORTRANGE can't import only visible rows. Currently there isn't any built-in function that does that and this can't be done by using a custom function as accesing an external range require authorization and custom functions can't use methods that require it. The alternative is to use another kind of script, and add-on or a third party ...


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AFAIK at this time the Google Sheets UI doesn't include a option to set filter views to update its range automatically for appended rows but this occurs if the new rows are inserted between the first and last filter view range rows. I don't know if Zapier is able to insert instead of append rows, but if this could be possible, you could set Zapier to add ...


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I ran the test (video here) which shows what happens for each of the operations. I tested: Cut & Paste, Copy & Paste & Delete, and Dragging cells. You can see from the resulting image that the only operation that gave the expected results while in filtered view was to copy the cells, paste them, and then delete the data from the original cells. ...


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I guess you can do it as Filter by condition --choose last option "Custom formula is " and in the text box put the formula as =regexmatch(TO_TEXT(N:N"),"facebook|pinterest|twitter") In my case i have huge spreadsheet with more than 1000 rows in which i need to filter unique ids. ( more than 200) . So I used as =regexmatch(TO_TEXT(O:...


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