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I assume that you want to do this for more rows than just row 2 (i.e., that you will want to do this for rows 2 and downward). If that is correct, make sure you have three empty columns side by side in the 'Cost Analysis' sheet and then try this formula in the upper leftmost corner of that three-column range: =ArrayFormula(IFERROR(FILTER(IFS(Responses!A2:C=&...


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Google distinguishes Google One users from Google One members, as currently displayed on https://one.google.com/home: As a free Google One user, you can back up data on your phone, and also free up space in your Google Account using the storage manager. If you get a Google One membership, you’ll unlock additional features like expanded cloud storage, ...


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Well, the first result when I Google’d “google one” was https://one.google.com/about, which seems to indicate that it’s an enhanced / elevated service plan, where you pay money for lots of storage (starting at 100 GB) and access to a help desk. So, if you’re paying money to Google for a membership, then you’re a member, and if you’re not, then you’re not.


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