Delete rows from a Google Sheet step

# What to use the Delete rows from a Google Sheet step for

This step does what it says on the step: it deletes rows from a Google Sheet. But why would you want to do this?

We use it as part of a technique called batching. This involves looping through steps using a jump step. For example, we start by reading a single row from a Google Sheet; we execute automation using that row's data. Then, we delete the row before moving on to read a new row.

To learn more about batching click here. (opens new window)

We also have templates you can try. (opens new window)

# How to configure the Delete rows from a Google Sheet step

# Spreadsheet Url

Search in the box for a Google Sheet or just cut and paste a URL into the field.

# First row to delete

Enter the number of the first row to delete.

# Last row to delete

Enter the number of the last row to delete. Everything between the first and last rows will also be deleted.

# Sheet name

Axiom fetches sheet names for you to select or type in a valid sheet name into the input field.

If you liked this step you may also wish to checkout our read (opens new window) and write (opens new window) Google Sheet steps.

Configuration settings

    Step type

    Spreadsheet