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This was going to post a quality thread about how you can create conditional formatting for arbitrary strings without having to make individual rules for each string you want formatted. Specifically, by using VLOOPUP to lookup an ID associated with the unique strings in a separate admin tab, then hiding the column with the IDs pulled from that tab. But, this would only work if Google Sheets supported conditional formatting color scales based on values in other cells.
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