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ASIN: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use ASIN in Excel?

ASIN (Amazon Standard Identification Number) is a unique identifier for products sold on Amazon. It is a 10-digit alphanumeric code assigned by Amazon to products sold on its website. ASINs are used by Amazon to track and manage products on its website. They can also be used by other websites and services to track products and prices. Excel can be used to look up ASINs for products on Amazon. To lookup an ASIN in Excel, you can use the AMAZON.ASIN function. The AMAZON.ASIN function takes a product's URL as an input and returns the corresponding ASIN.

What is the syntax of ASIN in Excel?

The syntax for ASIN in Excel is =ASIN(cell reference). This function will return the Amazon Standard Identification Number for the item in the referenced cell.

What is an example of how to use ASIN in Excel?

The Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN) is a unique 10-digit alphanumeric identifier assigned by Amazon to products that are sold on its website. ASINs are used internally by Amazon to track and manage its products. The ASIN is also used as the primary identifier for products on Amazon's AISN lookup service.

The ASIN can be used in Excel to look up product information on Amazon. To lookup a product's ASIN, enter the following formula into a cell in Excel: =AISN(cell containing product name or URL)

When should you not use ASIN in Excel?

ASIN is not always the best function to use in Excel. For example, if you are looking to find the square root of a number, you should use the SQRT function instead of the ASIN function. Additionally, the ASIN function is not always accurate, so you should use it with caution.

What are some similar formulae to ASIN in Excel?

The formulas AREIN, CHOOSE, and HLOOKUP are similar to the ASIN function in Excel. The AREIN function returns a value that corresponds to the position of an item in a list of values. The CHOOSE function returns a value from a list of values, based on a position number. The HLOOKUP function returns the value in the first row of a table, based on the value in the first column.

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