Counting multiple columns with multiple conditions
I have a working formula that counts if a task is not complete and due in a specific week:
=COUNTIFS([Calc if Done]@row, =0, [End Date]@row, AND(@cell > TODAY(+7), @cell <= TODAY(+14)))
This currently returns a 0 if false and 1 if true. Then can sum the Tasks due for particular week.
I need to add another condition to this formula that COUNTS if the Task Owner OR Additional Resource are any of 4 different possibilities. I'm struggling with how to do this one formula and thinking it would need to be parsed out into several different column/formulas. I have started breaking it down into several formulas and I am comfortable doing it that way. I'm looking for a cleaning (less columns and formulas) solution if possible.
Is it possible in one formula to determine for each row:
IF Calc if done = 0
AND End Date is between two dates
I HAVE THE FORMULA WORKING UP TO THIS POINT. I ALSO WANT THE FORMULA TO...
COUNTIF Task Owner OR Additional Resource = any of 4 different possibilities.
Hoping one of the genius formula folks can guide me on this one.
Thanks!!
Jeana
Best Answer

Hello @Jeana ,
So I've created a possible solution for this, but please let me know if I have missed anything, and I'd be more than happy to work with you on creating something more accurate.
Nonetheless, here's what I was able to come up with.
The Formula I used was: =COUNTIFS([Calc if Done]@row, =0, [End Date]@row, AND(@cell > TODAY(+7), [End Date]@row <= TODAY(+14)), Contacts@row, OR(Contacts@row = "Sean Morgan", @cell = "Test Sean", @cell = "Test", @cell = "Sean Test"))
Here's the outcome:
Let me know fi you have any questions!
Regards
Sean
Answers

Hello @Jeana ,
So I've created a possible solution for this, but please let me know if I have missed anything, and I'd be more than happy to work with you on creating something more accurate.
Nonetheless, here's what I was able to come up with.
The Formula I used was: =COUNTIFS([Calc if Done]@row, =0, [End Date]@row, AND(@cell > TODAY(+7), [End Date]@row <= TODAY(+14)), Contacts@row, OR(Contacts@row = "Sean Morgan", @cell = "Test Sean", @cell = "Test", @cell = "Sean Test"))
Here's the outcome:
Let me know fi you have any questions!
Regards
Sean
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