# SUMIF formula for adding up in a date range

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edited 12/09/19

I have a sheet that I am using to collect a list of items weights and have multiple per day. i want to capture all the weights that are today and for the next 5 days and sum them up if possible.

Currently i have tried this formula

=SUMIF(Date:Date, <=TODAY(), [Qty (ton)]:[Qty (ton)])

but this includes all the past dates, is there a way to only show the sum of the dates from today onwards?

i also want to count each of the lines to i know how many lines are recorded against a certain date if possible.

any assistance you could offer would be greatly appreciated!

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Hello,

If you're trying to capture dates today and after, I think you'll need to flip the "<=" to ">=".  That will get dates that are greater than or equal to today.  If you only want to capture a certain number of days from today, you can place that number in the parentheses immediately after today.

There's also a Countif function that you can use to count the rows.  =COUNTIF(Date:Date, >=TODAY())

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To count/sum BETWEEN specific dates, you can include both sets of criteria for the range within an AND statement.

=SUMIF(Date:Date, AND(@cell >=TODAY(), @cell <= TODAY(5)), [Qty (ton)]:[Qty (ton)])

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The same can be used for the count:

=COUNTIF(Date:Date, AND(@cell >=TODAY(), @cell <= TODAY(5)))