# Metric SUMIF Formula with multiple criteria (dropdown box and checkbox)

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I am wanting to build a metric from a sheet using multiple criteria.

I want to sum the Amount Expected of all Types that are "A&D Fee" and are NOT checked as Received.

I've attempted this formula and am sure I am missing something. The check box variable is throwing me off and I'm not sure if the formula start with an IF statement then the SUM?

=SUMIF([Amount \$ Exp]:[Amount \$ Exp], [Type}:[Type], "Permit", [Received]@cell, 1})

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Hi @Dana S

I think this is the formula you are looking for:

=SUMIFS([Amount Expected]:[Amount Expected], Type:Type, "A&D Fee", Recieved:Recieved, 0)

I hope that helps. Have a great day!

Matt

Matt Johnson

Sevan Technology

Smartsheet Aligned Partner

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Hi @Dana S,

You'd want to use SUMIFS here, as you have 2 criteria for the sum: Type being "A&D Fee" and Received being unticked:

=SUMIFS([Amount Expected]:[Amount Expected], Type:Type, "A&D Fee", Received:Received, 0)

The type can be changed if applicable and the unticked/ticked for a checkbox column is either 0 or 1 (0 being unticked, 1 being ticked).

Hope this helps, if you've any other questions etc. then just post! 😊

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Thank you Nick. That didn't seem to work. Does Type:Type need to read " = "A&D Fee"? Or, does each condition need the brackets around it?

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I also attempted to use that formula in the source sheet in the Sheet Summary section and it came back UNPARSABLE.

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@Nick Korna, @Matt Johnson. Thank you for your input. I tried this formula and it came back as UNPARSABLE. Any ideas?

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Hi @Dana S

I hope you're well and safe!

Have you created the cross-sheet references? If you're referencing another sheet, the brackets should be {Cross-sheet reference name}.

Make sense?

I hope that helps!

Be safe, and have a fantastic weekend!

Best,

Andrée Starå | Workflow Consultant / CEO @ WORK BOLD

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