Image
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Rot

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Quick Tutorial

Your Google Spreadsheet must be divided into titled columns like so:

Data can be grabbed using double curly braces {{ }} like so:

{{row.followers}}

⬇︎

1000, 1200, 5000 . . .

Gsheet will take whatever content placed inside, and
duplicate it for each row in your spreadsheet.

You can simply grab the value for the corresponding row by typing:
{{row.attribute}} or {{row.multiword_value}}

Column titles MUST start with a letter.
Values like {{row.2019}} or {{row.2019_year}} will NOT work

TRY IT OUT! 👉

{{row.rot}}
{{row.preis_rot}}

Weiß

1/16 l

Quick Tutorial

Your Google Spreadsheet must be divided into titled columns like so:

Data can be grabbed using double curly braces {{ }} like so:

{{row.followers}}

⬇︎

1000, 1200, 5000 . . .

Gsheet will take whatever content placed inside, and
duplicate it for each row in your spreadsheet.

You can simply grab the value for the corresponding row by typing:
{{row.attribute}} or {{row.multiword_value}}

Column titles MUST start with a letter.
Values like {{row.2019}} or {{row.2019_year}} will NOT work

TRY IT OUT! 👉

{{row.weiß}}
{{row.preis_weiß}}

Schmankerl

Quick Tutorial

Your Google Spreadsheet must be divided into titled columns like so:

Data can be grabbed using double curly braces {{ }} like so:

{{row.followers}}

⬇︎

1000, 1200, 5000 . . .

Gsheet will take whatever content placed inside, and
duplicate it for each row in your spreadsheet.

You can simply grab the value for the corresponding row by typing:
{{row.attribute}} or {{row.multiword_value}}

Column titles MUST start with a letter.
Values like {{row.2019}} or {{row.2019_year}} will NOT work

TRY IT OUT! 👉

{{row.schmankerl}}
{{row.preis_schmankerl}}