COUNTIFS FORMULA

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Ed Gadd
Ed Gadd ✭✭
edited 11/29/23 in Formulas and Functions

Can anyone help where the error to this formula is please?

Just trying to count if a date appears in one column and a color appears in another. Should be easy right?


=COUNTIFS(({Range DATE CREATED}, DATE@row),{Range Colour}, "RED")

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  • Monique Odom-Stearn
    Monique Odom-Stearn ✭✭✭✭✭✭
    edited 11/29/23 Answer ✓
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    Hello @Ed Gadd,

    It looks like you have an extra parentheses around the first criteria set. Try this:

    =COUNTIFS({Range DATE CREATED}, DATE@row, {Range Colour}, "RED")

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  • Monique Odom-Stearn
    Monique Odom-Stearn ✭✭✭✭✭✭
    edited 11/29/23 Answer ✓
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    Hello @Ed Gadd,

    It looks like you have an extra parentheses around the first criteria set. Try this:

    =COUNTIFS({Range DATE CREATED}, DATE@row, {Range Colour}, "RED")

    If my comment helped you, please help others by marking it as an accepted answer and consider helping me by clicking the 💡Insightful or ❤️Awesome buttons below!

    Monique Odom-Stearn

    Business Process Excellence Manager

    Smartsheet Leader & Community Champion

    Pronouns: She/Her (What’s this?)

    “Take chances, make mistakes, get messy!” – Ms. Frizzle

  • Ed Gadd
    Ed Gadd ✭✭
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    Works perfectly, thank you so much.

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