Most of the time, you won't encounter any problems with the Google Sheets zaps you set up - but if you need to make any changes to the sheet's layout or existing data, there are some rules you need to follow.
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- Adding rows anywhere other than to the bottom of your sheet.
- Deleting or moving any existing rows.
- Doing any sort of sorting on the sheet.
- Renaming, rearranging or adding any new columns except for to the right of existing columns.
Before making any changes to rows, switch off the zap first, then switch it back on when you're done.
If you make changes to sheet columns, please open the zap editor and check as you may need to remap the fields in your Google Sheet steps.
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