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I've created a table from the URL, and it shows the data correctly. From what I understand, it doesn't update the data when You change it in Google Spreadsheets, correct?
Please note that when You create a table from Google spreadsheet, You cannot add or delete columns, because there is a possibility the table will stop working.
Other than that, we haven't had any issues with table updating from Google Spreadsheets. I noticed You have 4 sheets in that document, so I have to ask - are You using 4 different URLs for 4 different wpDataTables tables?
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Hello again John.
I logged in for a bit, but I didn't want to change much. I saw You were logged in the google spreadsheet in the same time, so I didn't want us to cancel each other out.
Anyway, I changed the lift capacity for Tube Park from 1 to 2, just for testing purposes, and after about 5 minutes it reflected in the [WPDATATABLE ID=1] (see attachments). I changed it back to 1, don't worry.
Now, my guess is that it's not updating when You add a new ●, correct?
If that's true, it may be because of the formatting, as it is said in our documentation:
So, if this is the case, my advice would be to add copies of the existing sheets in the same document. You have "Lifts", "Easiest", "More Difficult", "Most Difficult" and "Experts Only"; so add 5 more sheets and name them like "Copy of Lifts", "Copy of Easiest", etc.
After You do, You can add any formatting You like, formulas and so on, but the only data You'd be entering in these new sheets would be a =IMPORTRANGE function in cell A1.
So, for instance, in a new sheet "Copy of Lifts", You'd need to enter the following in cell A1:
You'll probably need to add a permission for this (it'll be a popup in the A1 cell) and after a couple of minutes, it'll copy the data from the given range (A1:C7). Now, if You plan to extend the number of rows, You can modify the range to be (for example) A1:C27, so that the data that's been added would be copied without modifying the formula.
After that, You'd copy the URL from the new "Copy of Lifts" sheet and paste it in the table's URL link, and that's it. After that, the ● should be applied after a few minutes.
Please let me know if this helps.
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