Hey @steve.b.c3 and welcome to the community! I would be remiss if I didn’t link to a video we just made on this topic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GcAEAuWUT8
To answer your question more directly - a table is just a frontend representation of your data, so you need to update the underlying resource that’s powering your table. If it’s Google Sheets, you’ll want to create a query, choose “update your spreadsheet” from the dropdown, and fill in the requisite details. We have a tutorial for Google Sheets specifically here.
In terms of ordering, you can configure your new GSheets query to run after the JS query you’ve triggered - click on your JS query, scroll down to the “after this query runs” section, and choose your GSheets query in the “on success trigger” field. If you have a GSheets query that’s populating your table, you’ll probably also want to rerun that once the update is made.
Hope this helps!!