# Inserting DATE is greater than to formula

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How do I insert date is greater than into a formula?

Current formula is:

=COUNTIFS({Stage}, OR(@cell = "Approved - Monetized", @cell = "Approved in Subnetwork"))

I need to add that it should only be counting Stage items if they have date greater than 12/5/20

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Good to see you again in the community

Try this

=COUNTIFS({Stage}, OR(@cell = "Approved - Monetized", @cell = "Approved in Subnetwork"), {your date range}, @cell> DATE(2020, 12, 5))

My personal preference is to also add an additional ISDATE(@cell) criteria to try to weed out non-date counts.

=COUNTIFS({Stage}, OR(@cell = "Approved - Monetized", @cell = "Approved in Subnetwork"), {your date range}, ISDATE(@cell), {your date range}, @cell> DATE(2020, 12, 5))

Oh, and if it's greater than or equal to: the equal sign always follows the greater than or less than symbols.

Kelly

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Good to see you again in the community

Try this

=COUNTIFS({Stage}, OR(@cell = "Approved - Monetized", @cell = "Approved in Subnetwork"), {your date range}, @cell> DATE(2020, 12, 5))

My personal preference is to also add an additional ISDATE(@cell) criteria to try to weed out non-date counts.

=COUNTIFS({Stage}, OR(@cell = "Approved - Monetized", @cell = "Approved in Subnetwork"), {your date range}, ISDATE(@cell), {your date range}, @cell> DATE(2020, 12, 5))

Oh, and if it's greater than or equal to: the equal sign always follows the greater than or less than symbols.

Kelly

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Kelly, you're the best!! Thanks so much. :)

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