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symun123
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Group mulitple rows into one

I am wanting to group data from one column into distinct rows from another column, is this possible? I have tried the 'Group By' function but it doesn't seem to do what I want.

Here is a screenshot, you can see 'Issue' has multiple rows because the License column has seperated. What I want is one row for issue PCR-466 with all license grouped together in the same row. Is this possible?

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Ahmedx
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pls try this code in Power query

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Ahmedx
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pls try this code in Power query

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Thanks, got that working.
Next question if you could help again, instead of listing the licenses as a comma seperated list, is there a way to replace them with the word 'Global'? Tried Text.Replace but that didnt work

show the result you want, otherwise it’s not clear what you want

Hi @symun123 

just simply in your code use "Global" instead of ",".

 

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This doesn't work as that just replaces the ',' with the word 'Global'. So I still have the list but with the word Global in between each license

can you share the output your getting and expected result result you want??

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