Google spreadsheet parse url

I have been trying repeatedly (and completely unsuccessfully) to use the "image(url)" function to insert an image into a Google Spreadsheet. I've done it everyway that I can think of but it always returns a "Parse Error" regardless of the source image.

There comes a time in every life, where you want to combine two data ranges within a Google Sheets query. Let’s talk about how to combine data ranges from within the same spreadsheet (or from two different sheets), to run one query – working through examples using sample Twitter data.

Truly learning how to use google-apps-script for something useful (that's on my own) Instructing a single extraction of information rather than constant online status as with =ImportData [Second Priority] Stop Depending on an add-on (Drive Direct Links) to get the URL of the files; To my understanding, I'll need to do some parsing.

Getting JSON out of Google Spreadsheets. One of the nice features in Google Spreadsheets is the option to publish your data in various formats, including HTML, CSV, PDF, and XML. You’ll notice that list does not include everyone’s favorite, JSON. IMPORTRANGE(A2,"B2") Syntax. IMPORTRANGE(spreadsheet_url, range_string) spreadsheet_url - The URL of the spreadsheet from where data will be imported. The value for spreadsheet_url must either be enclosed in quotation marks or be a reference to a cell containing the URL of a spreadsheet. Truly learning how to use google-apps-script for something useful (that's on my own) Instructing a single extraction of information rather than constant online status as with =ImportData [Second Priority] Stop Depending on an add-on (Drive Direct Links) to get the URL of the files; To my understanding, I'll need to do some parsing.