Help with TIME() Formula
Hello,
I am testing out the TIME() function and working on a formula to determine the amount of hours and minutes elapsed between a Start and Finish columns. I thought I had it figured out, however, I noticed that for my row that has a Start time of 3 pm and a Finish time of 5 pm, it was showing a time difference of "1 hour(s) and 60 minutes." Why is is not showing 2 hours and 0 minutes?
Formula used:
=IFERROR(ROUNDDOWN((TIME(Start@row)  TIME(Finish@row)) * 24) + " hour(s) and " + ([Time Difference  decimal]@row * 24  INT([Time Difference  decimal]@row * 24)) * 60 + " minutes", " ")
Answers

Hi @kelceyg
This occurs because the TIME() function has limitations for this use case.
We can explore a different approach.
Something like this perhaps:
=IFERROR(INT([Time Difference  decimal]@row * 24) + " hour(s) and " + MOD([Time Difference  decimal]@row * 1440, 60) + " minutes", " ")
or maybe:
=IFERROR(INT(([Finish]@row  [Start]@row) * 24) + " hour(s) and " + MOD(([Finish]@row  [Start]@row) * 1440, 60) + " minutes", " ")
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