sheet_rename: Rename a (work)sheet

Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

View source: R/sheet_rename.R

Description

Changes the name of a (work)sheet.

Usage

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sheet_rename(ss, sheet = NULL, new_name)

Arguments

ss

Something that identifies a Google Sheet:

  • its file id as a string or drive_id

  • a URL from which we can recover the id

  • a one-row dribble, which is how googledrive represents Drive files

  • an instance of googlesheets4_spreadsheet, which is what gs4_get() returns

Processed through as_sheets_id().

sheet

Sheet to rename, in the sense of "worksheet" or "tab". You can identify a sheet by name, with a string, or by position, with a number. Defaults to the first visible sheet.

new_name

New name of the sheet, as a string. This is required.

Value

The input ss, as an instance of sheets_id

See Also

Makes an UpdateSheetPropertiesRequest:

Other worksheet functions: sheet_add(), sheet_append(), sheet_copy(), sheet_delete(), sheet_properties(), sheet_relocate(), sheet_resize(), sheet_write()

Examples

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if (gs4_has_token()) {
  ss <- gs4_create(
    "sheet-rename-demo",
    sheets = list(cars = head(cars), chickwts = head(chickwts))
  )
  sheet_names(ss)

  ss %>%
    sheet_rename(1, new_name = "automobiles") %>%
    sheet_rename("chickwts", new_name = "poultry")

  # clean up
  gs4_find("sheet-rename-demo") %>%
    googledrive::drive_trash()
}

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