# How can I create a COUNTSIF within a specified time period?

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the formula I currently have is:

=COUNTIFS([Project Status]:[Project Status], CONTAINS("Started", @cell), [Area/Region]:[Area/Region], ="Canada Johnston")

Now I need to have it pull information for the contract year so between say April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2024. I can not seem to be able to add the correct information.

Thanks

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Hi @ShawnaK,

You would do something like this (using a column header of "Contract Date" in this example):

=COUNTIFS([Project Status]:[Project Status], CONTAINS("Started", @cell), [Area/Region]:[Area/Region], ="Canada Johnston",[Contract Date]:[Contract Date],AND(@cell>=DATE(2023,4,1),@cell<=DATE(2024,3,31))

If you needed to change the dates, then you would just adjust the numbers in the DATE formulas (first number is year, then month, then day).

Hope this helps, if there are any problems/questions then just post! 🙂

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Yes, you can use this as range/criteria in a SUMIF(s).

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Hi @ShawnaK,

You would do something like this (using a column header of "Contract Date" in this example):

=COUNTIFS([Project Status]:[Project Status], CONTAINS("Started", @cell), [Area/Region]:[Area/Region], ="Canada Johnston",[Contract Date]:[Contract Date],AND(@cell>=DATE(2023,4,1),@cell<=DATE(2024,3,31))

If you needed to change the dates, then you would just adjust the numbers in the DATE formulas (first number is year, then month, then day).

Hope this helps, if there are any problems/questions then just post! 🙂

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Thank you so very much for your quick answer! I appreciate it.

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Would the same apply for SUMIFS?

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