Is there a way to trigger a flag in the header row when there is 1 or more flags in the column?
I am trying to see if there is a way to have the flag in the title row go off when any flags are triggered in the sub rows below. In the photo attached, I would be referring to the blue row that would flag since the other white rows below it have 1 or more flags. I am not sure if this is possible, but figured this was the place to ask!
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So create a second column called Helper At Risk and put this formula in that column:
=COUNT(ANCESTORS())
Then replace the formula in the At Risk Column with this:
=IF([Helper At Risk]@row <> 0, IF(AND([End Date]@row <= TODAY(0), Complete@row <> "Complete", Status@row <> ""), 1, 0), IF(COUNTIFS(CHILDREN(), 1) > 0, 1, 0))
and let me know if that meets your needs..

@Alicia D I wonder if you hierarchy is different than the last situation  if you make this change does that work?
=IF([Helper At Risk]@row >1, IF(AND([End Date]@row <= TODAY(0), Complete@row <> "Complete", Status@row <> ""), 1, 0), IF(COUNTIFS(CHILDREN(), 1) > 0, 1, 0))
we may need to update alter formula still.
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In a helper column you could have a formula, something like
=if(countifs(children([At Risk}@row),1)>0,"Flag Checked","")
then you could create an automation where if a value in the helper row = "Flag Checked" then check the box. However you can't use an automation for a flag, you would have to change it to a checkbox. Or you could just put this formula in the parent rows:
=if(countifs(children(),1)>0,1,0)

It also looks like that column is already has a column formula, so there may be more details needed to solve this.

Thank you! How do you create a helper column? @Samuel Mueller

@Alicia D a helper column would just be an additional column with a formula in it to reference for another column. What formula do you have in the At Risk column currently?

@Samuel Mueller Here is my current formula in that At Risk column: =IF(AND([End Date]@row <= TODAY(0), Complete@row <> "Complete", Status@row <> ""), 1, 0)

So create a second column called Helper At Risk and put this formula in that column:
=COUNT(ANCESTORS())
Then replace the formula in the At Risk Column with this:
=IF([Helper At Risk]@row <> 0, IF(AND([End Date]@row <= TODAY(0), Complete@row <> "Complete", Status@row <> ""), 1, 0), IF(COUNTIFS(CHILDREN(), 1) > 0, 1, 0))
and let me know if that meets your needs..

This worked, thank you @Samuel Mueller !

Hello @Samuel Mueller , this formula was working, but is not on a new sheet that I have created. I used the helper at risk column with the formula =COUNT(ANCESTORS()), as well as set the flag column with the formula: =IF([Helper At Risk]@row <> 0, IF(AND([End Date]@row <= TODAY(0), Complete@row <> "Complete", Status@row <> ""), 1, 0), IF(COUNTIFS(CHILDREN(), 1) > 0, 1, 0)) like you mentioned.
Here is a screenshot of what I am seeing on my end

@Alicia D I wonder if you hierarchy is different than the last situation  if you make this change does that work?
=IF([Helper At Risk]@row >1, IF(AND([End Date]@row <= TODAY(0), Complete@row <> "Complete", Status@row <> ""), 1, 0), IF(COUNTIFS(CHILDREN(), 1) > 0, 1, 0))
we may need to update alter formula still.

@Alicia D Maybe try this
=IF(COUNT(CHILDREN()) = 0, IF(AND([End Date]@row <= TODAY(0), Complete@row <> "Complete", Status@row <> ""), 1, 0), IF(COUNTIFS(CHILDREN(), 1) > 0, 1, 0))

This worked, thank you @Samuel Mueller !

@Alicia D if that second formula worked, you can delete the at risk helper column  unless you are using it for something else.