# SUMIFS with 3 conditions

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edited 12/09/19

Hi

I am trying to calculate the total number of worked hours within a week/ month which match 2 more criteria. At the moment I have fr the monthly formula 9 September):

=SUMIFS({003 Project Timesheets Range 2} , {003 Project Timesheets Range 1,"Noemi K", {003 Project Timesheets Range 3} , "Testing" and ({003 Project Timesheets Range 5},MONTH(@cell) = 9 }))

I would like to know how many hours has Noemi K worked on "testing" project in September. I have several people submitting data with different projects in the same sheet and i need to create some sort of time sheet/ person

I am stuck and can't seem to figure out how to add 3 criteria instead of 2.

Can anyone help me please? Is this even possible?

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Hi Noemi,

Can you describe your process in more detail and maybe share the sheet(s) or some screenshots? (Delete/replace any confidential/sensitive information before sharing) That would make it easier to help. (share too, andree@getdone.se)

Hope that helps!

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You would add the 3rd set following the same syntax as the second and first sets.

=SUMIFS(range to sum, criteria range 1, criteria 1, criteria range 2, criteria 2, criteria range 3, criteria 3, criteria range 5, criteria 5, criteria range 6, criteria 6, ...........................................................................)

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The only limit to how many range/criteria sets I have found thus far is the limit of 4,000 characters per cell. Just continue the pattern of criteria range, criteria and include everything you need.

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