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The function counts a request when it manages to fetch a JSON from the target url. For instance, if fetching the content fails or if there is no element in the JSON that matches the filters, no request will be counted.
The JSON is cached by default for 24 hours. Therefore, until the cache expires, using the same url in other IMPORTJSON functions will retrieve the cached JSON and these operations will not be counted as new requests.
In the upcoming weeks, some plans will have a new feature to update the data in the background, so you will be able to see fresh data when you load your spreadsheet.
That said, you can always choose to update the data by yourself by pushing “Update content” in the sidebar or the menu.
Fetching the same content constantly is not efficient. That is why ImportJSON caches the source code once loaded with the expected data.
Normally, cache has a lifetime of 24 hours.
By default, cache has a lifetime of 24 hours. Some plans allow to customize this value with the cacheLifespan option.
Caching occurs only when the content has been fetched successfully or after the function tried too many times and failed.
Your data is updated when the cache expires or when you manually choose to update it (for all the formulas in the selected cells, or for the entire spreadsheet)