Count If with Symbols?
I am trying to label the overall health of my projects
 If all symbols on my range are green, I want the overall cell to have a green symbol.
 If one or more symbols on my range are yellow, I want the overall cell to have a yellow symbol.
 If one or more symbols on my range are red, I want the overall cell to have a red symbol.
If a symbol can't be entered with a formula on the overall health column, maybe label them as
 Healthy
 At Risk
 Blocked
I need this so I can create a chart on my dashboard.
Please and thank you!
Answers

You can use a COUNTIF as you usually would. Just use the WORDS instead of the SYMBOL (and of course make your Overall Health column to be Type Symbol too). The formula is along these lines:
=IF(COUNTIF(Resources@row:Budget@row, "Red") > 0, "Red", IF(COUNTIF(Resources@row:Budget@row, "Yellow") > 0, "Yellow", "Green"))
There are two "danger spots" on this formula to be aware of:
—If there's a blank item in the symbol column, this formula will return a Green Health. You may want to consider if you need to highlight blank items in your overall health to accommodate for this.
—Because the range of symbols is looked at, it'll include add new symbol columns inside that range  but if you add columns to either the left or the right, the formula won't adjust to accommodate those additions.If this answer resolves your question, please help the Community by marking it as an accepted answer. I'd also be grateful for your response  "Insightful"or "Awesome" reactions are much appreciated. Thanks!

Thank you Kerry! This worked!
Help Article Resources
Categories
 All Categories
 14 Welcome to the Community
 Smartsheet Customer Resources
 61.2K Get Help
 320 Global Discussions
 197 Industry Talk
 415 Announcements
 4.2K Ideas & Feature Requests
 126 Brandfolder
 153 Just for fun
 124 Community Job Board
 441 Show & Tell
 26 Member Spotlight
 1 SmartStories
 276 Events
 34 Webinars
 7.3K Forum Archives
Check out the Formula Handbook template!