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google sheets – Limit to only include data from latest two entries

Question is related to this Google Sheet:

How can I limit column A and B to only include Formdata of the last 2 entries by that person (limit by character name). Example, Jesper has made 3 form submits, but I would like to limit this to only include the latest 2. How can I do this?

Why isn’t using review counts on Google Maps a good approximation for the popularity of a location?

I read (mirror) this comment that attracted some upvotes stating that:

I don’t believe using (Google Maps) review counts as a proxy for popularity is a good idea for travelers for a multitude of reasons.

Why is using review counts on Google Maps a good approximation for the popularity of a location?

I would have guessed that, approximately, the more people frequent a place (e.g., a restaurant or a market), the more reviews it gets.

The motivations as a traveler to find out which places are most often frequented are well stated in (mirror):

When you travel to a new city, it takes time till you find your new
favorite place or visit what’s best here. You will want to visit the
best places there are, but it is so difficult to find them!

The most reviewed and top rated places are ones that you can trust.
But take everything with a grain of salt.

There are also many hidden gems that are extremely good, but are not
that popular. Also, always keep an eye on worst reviewed places and
tourist traps that you should avoid. quotes Kevin Reece, Director of Product Management at Google:

The vast majority of contributions made to Maps are authentic, with policy-violating content seen less than one percent of the time. And we’ll continue to develop new tools and techniques to fight against bad actors. Contributed content is an indispensable part of how we’re making Maps richer and more helpful for everyone.

so it seems policy-violating content wouldn’t have much of an impact.

performance – Custom Google Data Studio connector

I am using Google BigQuery API V2 for a custom Google Data Studio connector. The BigQuery.Jobs.query() calls take roughly 50 seconds which is too long, so I am looking for ways to speed things up:

function runQuery() {
  // Cloud Platform project.
  var projectId = 'XXXXXXXX';

  const sqlQuery = `SELECT orgId, status, DATETIME(createdAt,'Pacific/Auckland') as createdAt FROM publicdata:samples.shakespeare LIMIT 50000;`;

  var request = {
    query: sqlQuery,
    useLegacySql: false,

  var queryResults = BigQuery.Jobs.query(request, projectId); 
  var jobId = queryResults.jobReference.jobId;
  // Check on status of the Query Job.
  var sleepTimeMs = 500;
  while (!queryResults.jobComplete) {
    sleepTimeMs *= 2;
    queryResults = BigQuery.Jobs.getQueryResults(projectId, jobId);
  // Get all the rows of results.
  var rows = queryResults.rows;

  while (queryResults.pageToken) {
    queryResults = BigQuery.Jobs.getQueryResults(projectId, jobId, {
      pageToken: queryResults.pageToken
    rows = rows.concat(queryResults.rows);

  if (rows) {
    var headers = {
    var data = ();
    for (var i = 0; i < rows.length; i++) {
      var obj = {};
      var cols = rows(i).f;
      for (var j = 0; j < headers.length; j++) {
        obj(headers(j)) = cols(j).v;
    return data;
  } else {
    Logger.log('No rows returned.');
    return null;

google sheets – How do I count the number of times string “A” occurs in cell B1

Sherwood, assuming that the string were in cell A1:


In your example string — AABACCCDAC — LEN(A1) would be 10. If we SUBSTITUTE all the occurrences of “C” with null, we’d have the length of “everything else.” Subtracting the two tells what’s missing… which would be the number of occurrences of “C.”

You could also do something similar with REGEXREPLACE:


The (^C) means “everything except ‘C’.”

I should add that this would only work as stated in your post: with one letter.

If you want to search for longer strings (say “cat”):


If you didn’t divide by the number of characters in your search string, you’d wind up with the number of characters found instead of the number of strings.

google play store – How to find previously installed apps after micro sdcard gone bad?

My micro sd card that was used to extend internal storage died. Now the apps I moved there are also gone. I don’t remember precisely what I had on the card but would like to reinstall all of them.

After doing factory reset on my phones, the system automatically installs my previously installed apps after logging in to my google account. Is there a way to access this list?

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google sheets – Calculate Total DateDif Average Between 2 Columns (start, end)

I’m having trouble getting a formula to work to calculate the total average time between times (start and end).

DateDif is the function that will do this individually (but only for days), I know using the TEXT function with DateDif could work (in my head). I’ve had issues getting it to work with Average, segmenting by years:


I’ve also tried writing the following which hasn’t worked, with me now confusing myself and head scratching as I’ve not managed to find a solution online:


The result I’m after is to have the total average duration for each year, reported in F12:H12.

I hope this makes sense and I’ve not confused you more than myself!


Ranking criterias in google

Hello everybody,

I am new in the forum as well as in SEO, I would like to have some information about the ranking criterias that google takes in consideration to rank this website A first rather than another website B.

I am building a new website for ads, and I would like to know which one comes first to rank better:

– Title, headings, URL, keywords, content,…

Thanks in advance


Image-Video Hybrid [ Google Slides ]

I have always loved the idea of a video format that has “Markers” or certain points in the video that have some special significance.

Recently I made an animated video for a product, and I played the video on slides while I presented it to our marketing team. I also talked over the video, pausing it at points where animated charts and diagrams freeze for a second or two.

When I am done using the frame as an image to point out critical design elements, I can click the pointer to animate through to the next point where I want to pause and use a single frame more like an image.

Right now I split my animated videos into 20+ segments, take snapshots of frames where I want to pause, and make slides with video snippet, snapshot, video snippet, snapshot, video snippet, snapshot, video, snippet, snapshot and so on. Now, I just typed out that sequence with four iterations, and I imagine it was quite frustrating to read repetitive text that could have been expressed using one iteration with a x4 at the end. Now imagine how frustrating it is for me to CUT, SNAP, UPLOAD, and organize 20+ segments in a presentation, repetitive actions that could be done on one slide with an auto-pause feature.

I have seen this question but the only answer is to do exactly what I’m doing now. I don’t care if I have to write a custom Google Slides extension to accomplish this behavior, but I want to see if anyone has other suggestions.