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Comparing URLs



I am trying to verify an existing list of links that I have with a list that is being updated. Here is the structure of my data


Site Collections Table

Site Collections Link | Subset 1 Link | Subset 2 Link| Subset 3 Link


Site List

URL Text


I want to compare the URL Text link with the link for each column in the Site Collections Table. If the link is not a match, I want to replace the link with the one from the Site List. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! 

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Hi @mmakhlo


When you bring your data into your tables, you could compare them using the Conditional Columns in the Query Editor.


Here is more information if you have not used them before

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Can you create a Conditional Column using data from two different tables? If so, how?

@mmakhlo wrote:

Can you create a Conditional Column using data from two different tables? If so, how?


Would you mind give some matched/unmatched sample data for those two tables along with the expected output?

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