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    Germán Bobadilla

    I did all that and my links are working very nicely. However, when I update the template, it only shows the column that has the code. <a href="{{Source}}" target="_blank">{{Title}}</a> And when I add my <div>s targeting the columns to be filtered with the information on Template!A2:B2 it filters them out below, not adding another column on Awesome Table. It pulls the data and places it below the data that the code displays. HELP!

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    Germán Bobadilla

    Nevermind, I got it. I just needed to add ALL THE COLUMNS on the Template sheet, exactly as they are, and on the Template range pull A1:E2 on Awesome Table.com. But now it's called "View" instead of "Source" I as wanted it to be. Anyways, at least this does the job. Thanks, Awesome Table. YOU GUYS ARE AMAZING. This is the reason I'm registering to G Suite at the end of the month.

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    Awesome Table

    Hello Germán,

    I'm glad you solved your issue and you like our product!

    If you want your column is called "Source", you just need to replace "View" by "Source" in your template. However I suggest you to use our feature "HyperlinkType" if you want to display a link with text. Here is an article that explains how to do that: "https://support.awesome-table.com/hc/en-us/articles/115003754905".

    Thank you.

    Regards,
    Thomas