Sheet summary for resources that I can track

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So with my projects, I have a Project Manager field on each sheet. With that I can create a chart/data showing by project lead, how many projects they have. But within those projects, there are sub tasks that have assignees that I want to track as well as to the number of projects they are working on.. Is there an easy way to do this with a summary sheet/formulas

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  • Natalia
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    Are you trying to track the total tasks they have?

    One way I track how many items each assigned person per project is by using separate metrics sheet to track all my formulas and display it on dashboard.

    =countif(Name), @row)

    If you want a count by project

    =countifs(name column), @row, (project name column), "project name")

    For summary sheets, You'd have to add a sheet summary formula to all the project sheets you'd want to include to get a total count.

  • Andrée Starå
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    Hi @Buster Davis

    I hope you're well and safe!

    To add to Natalia's excellent advice/answer.

    Have you explored using a Report instead?

    Would that work/help?

    I hope that helps!

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  • Buster Davis
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    Do you have any thoughts on how a report can accomplish this item

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