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I’ll post the reply from support in case this helps anyone else. I don’t quite understand the acf/save_post feature yet but I’ll try and work it out.
To get the new values of the number of rows that have been added, I would recommend you call the get_field() function from the acf/save_post and then get the new count so that it can reflect the new values after the update_field() has been called.
You will need to call the action with a priority of greater than 10 to get the new values.
Please have a look at the following resource page for more info on this: https://www.advancedcustomfields.com/resources/acfsave_post/
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