5 diffrent textparser to one row in google sheets

Summary of My Make.com Automation and Challenges

Purpose of My Automation

I have created an automation in Make.com with the following steps:

  1. Email Trigger: It starts by detecting new emails in a specific folder.
  2. Attachment Check: It verifies if the email contains any attachments.
  3. Upload to Google Drive: If attachments are found, they are uploaded to a specific folder in Google Drive.
  4. Convert PDF to Images: The PDF attachments are then converted to images.
  5. Image Analysis with OpenAI: The images are analyzed using OpenAI GPT-4 to extract invoice details such as type, invoice number, date, amount, and debtor.
  6. Text Parsing: The output from OpenAI is parsed using several Text Parser modules to extract specific fields.
  7. Google Sheets Integration: The extracted data is intended to be written into a Google Sheets spreadsheet, with each parser’s output being placed in a row.


I am encountering an issue where I cannot directly connect the outputs of multiple Text Parser modules to an Array Aggregator in Make.com. Even when I use Set Variable modules to store each Text Parser output, I am still unable to combine these variables into a single array. This limitation is preventing me from aggregating the data from the last five Text Parser modules into a single row for insertion into Google Sheets.

Current Workflow Steps

  1. Text Parser Outputs: Each Text Parser module extracts a specific piece of information from the OpenAI output.
  2. Set Variable Modules: Each Text Parser output is stored in a separate variable.
  3. Aggregation Challenge: Unable to directly aggregate these variables into an array using the Array Aggregator module.
  4. Writing to Google Sheets: Need to write the aggregated outputs as a single row in Google Sheets.

Request for Help

I am looking for guidance on how to effectively aggregate multiple Text Parser outputs, stored as variables, and write them into a single row in Google Sheets within Make.com. Any suggestions or alternative approaches to achieve this would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance for your assistance!

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Why do you need a router?

You should be able to put everything inline, consecutively one after the other module.

If you need further assistance, please provide the following:

1. Screenshots of module fields and filters

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