Hi, I tried Parse to extract hashtags but as adviced, It creates one record for each #hashtag.
Adding rows to a Google Sheets having in a column for example a text:
“Most of #apples are #red and they have #antioxidants. Trust me.”
#apples #red #antioxidants
My formula is =regexextract(B1,“#[a-zíó].+”) but extracts all the sentence
Did you try to put a “text aggregator” behind the Regex ?
Yes, but It still add one row for each hashtag. I will go on trying within MAKE.
Meanwhile I found this solution:
Input: Most of #apples are #red and they have #antioxidants. Trust me."
Formula: Regexreplace(regexreplace(B1,“(#[a-zíó]+)|(.)”,“$1 “),”\s+”," ")
Result: #apples #red #antioxidants
That’s weird. Usually it aggregates all the text into one variable and only one operation → only one row.
But that’s great! It’s what you needed, right?
YEP! Thank you for your help