Open ai generated json to google sheet rows

Hello I need help. I have allready tried almost everything but nothing is working.

This is my process:

I want to generate for each day of a month a event. Therefor I have made a OPENAI Request, that provides me an JSON Structured Output:

In the next Step I want to iterate all Entrys and create for each entry a row in a excel sheet. When I select the Iterate Module I can’t select the JSON:

I don’t know what to do next to make this scenario work.

Please can anybody help?

Hey @weooo_GmbH ,

Try to add an Array aggregator after the Parse JSON module, that will create an array of all your data.
And then you will be able to map that Array into the Iterator.

Please let me know if this helps !

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Hey AnujP,

thanks for your help. I have tried what you mentioned, but its still not working. I try to describe:

I have added an Array aggregator and selected the 31 Collections:

Than I added the created Array to the Iterator:

When I now open the Google Sheets Module It shows me all Entrys of the Array (but the first 3 doesn’t have any Entrys for “Datum” and “Ereignis”):

I need to Add for Column A =>Datum and for Column B => Ereignis so the Process goes through all of the 31 Entrys and creates for each an row and place the right information. But it is not working, because the Iterator doesnt run through all of the 31 Entrys - it runs only 1 time:

The Iterator shows the correct amount of entries:

But in the Google Excel Sheet only 1 Row has been added:

Any Idea what I am doing worng? Please help.


Found the Solution.

The JSON provided from OPEN AI was wrong and that was the reason why the JSON Parser created a wrong output. Found the solution in the documentation:

CleanShot 2024-02-03 at 16.54.27

So I Changed the way the JSON is created in the Prompt:

"… Here is an example of how the JSON file should always be structured:
{“Date”: “…”,“Event”: “…”},
{“Date”: “…”,“Event”: “…”},

{“Date”: “…”,“Event”: “…”}

Now its creating Bundles:

Oh man, cost me 3 hours to find this solution. Thanks for helping.


Hi @weooo_GmbH welcome to the community :wave:

I’m just quickly jumping in to say awesome work getting this up and running with the assistance of @AnujP and @samliew :clap:

Thanks a lot for circling back here and sharing how you managed to resolve this. This is super valuable and has the potential of helping many others who are looking for similar information :pray: