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Moving a value from one column to another one based on a IF statement

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I have a student assigned to a homeroom in the column “current homeroom”. I am adding a checkbox “Withdrawn”. I would like to do this:
IF the student is withdrawn THEN move the value from “current homeroom” to “homeroom 22-23”.
The result being: cell in column current homeroom: empty, cell in homeroom 22-23: previous homeroom teacher.
How can I do this ? Do I need to use the remarkable integromat or can I do it without external tools just with formula?

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You can use a native Airtable automation for this.

Trigger: when record meets conditions
Trigger conditions: the {withdrawn} checkbox is selected

Action: update record
Fields updated:
{homeroom 22-23} set to existing {current home room}
{current homeroom} make blank

Thank you for your support. This is what I have done but in integromat (part of z bigger scenarios).