Modifying rows in a form entry sheet with formulas
Hello everyone,
I have a problem when I change some date in rows in my sheet, here is the example :
 A user fill information in a form, and then a new row is added in the sheet related to the form
 On that sheet, there are a lot columns that have predefined formulas
 I have put the new form entries parameter on the top of my sheet so each time a new row is added, it is added on the top.
As I understood, If I change the data in a formula column in the most recent row (on the top), it will affect all the new rows entries in the future, but if I change the data in a formula column in any other row it will not affect all the new rows .
Do you know how I could prevent this from happening and keep my formulas "freeze" whatever happens ?
I was thinking about column formula new feature, but I want to be able to change formula in a row after submission..
Thank you very much for your help !
Corentin
Best Answer

The new row will be autofilled with the formulas if there are two rows below/above with the same formulas and the same level of hierarchy.
More details:
If the formula structure is the same above/below the Formula Autofill will add the formula(s) automatically.
Conditions That Trigger Formula Autofill
You’ll see formulas populate automatically when you type in a newly inserted or blank row that is:
 Directly between two others that contain the same formula in adjacent cells.
 At the topmost of the sheet if it’s above two rows that have the same formula in adjacent cells. (This includes rows inserted from a form.)
 At the bottommost of the sheet if it’s below two rows that have the same formula in adjacent cells. (This includes rows inserted from a form.)
 Above or below a single row that is between blank rows and has formulas.
More info:
Also, if possible, I'd recommend using the new Column Formula because then it will always work.
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Answers

The new row will be autofilled with the formulas if there are two rows below/above with the same formulas and the same level of hierarchy.
More details:
If the formula structure is the same above/below the Formula Autofill will add the formula(s) automatically.
Conditions That Trigger Formula Autofill
You’ll see formulas populate automatically when you type in a newly inserted or blank row that is:
 Directly between two others that contain the same formula in adjacent cells.
 At the topmost of the sheet if it’s above two rows that have the same formula in adjacent cells. (This includes rows inserted from a form.)
 At the bottommost of the sheet if it’s below two rows that have the same formula in adjacent cells. (This includes rows inserted from a form.)
 Above or below a single row that is between blank rows and has formulas.
More info:
Also, if possible, I'd recommend using the new Column Formula because then it will always work.
Did that work/help?
I hope that helps!
Be safe and have a fantastic week!
Best,
Andrée Starå  Workflow Consultant / CEO @ WORK BOLD
✅Did my post(s) help or answer your question or solve your problem? Please help the Community by marking it as the accepted answer/helpful. It will make it easier for others to find a solution or help to answer!
SMARTSHEET EXPERT CONSULTANT & PARTNER
Andrée Starå  Workflow Consultant / CEO @ WORK BOLD
W: www.workbold.com  E:andree@workbold.com  P: +46 (0)  72  510 99 35
Feel free to contact me for help with Smartsheet, integrations, general workflow advice, or anything else.