Formulas for a range of dates in relation to today.

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I am trying to rollup data to summarize how many projects have a completion date in the next 30, 60, and 90 days.

Currently, I have them set up like this.

=COUNTIFS({2021 Strategic Plan Initiatives Master Range 2}, <=TODAY(30))

=COUNTIFS({2021 Strategic Plan Initiatives Master Range 2}, <TODAY(60))

=COUNTIFS({2021 Strategic Plan Initiatives Master Range 2}, <TODAY(90))

The first formula is what I need.

For the 2nd formula, I want to calculate projects with a completion date 31-60 days from today.

For the 3rd formula, I want to calculate projects with a completion date of 61-90 days from today.

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Hi @SO-Sara Bourdeau

Hope you are fine, you can do that in a simple way as follows:

projects with a completion date of 61-90 days from today:

=COUNTIFS({2021 Strategic Plan Initiatives Master Range 2}, <TODAY(90)) - COUNTIFS({2021 Strategic Plan Initiatives Master Range 2}, <TODAY(61))

projects with a completion date 31-60 days from today.

= COUNTIFS({2021 Strategic Plan Initiatives Master Range 2}, <TODAY(60)) - COUNTIFS({2021 Strategic Plan Initiatives Master Range 2}, <=TODAY(31))

bassam.khalil2009@gmail.com

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Hi @SO-Sara Bourdeau

Hope you are fine, you can do that in a simple way as follows:

projects with a completion date of 61-90 days from today:

=COUNTIFS({2021 Strategic Plan Initiatives Master Range 2}, <TODAY(90)) - COUNTIFS({2021 Strategic Plan Initiatives Master Range 2}, <TODAY(61))

projects with a completion date 31-60 days from today.

= COUNTIFS({2021 Strategic Plan Initiatives Master Range 2}, <TODAY(60)) - COUNTIFS({2021 Strategic Plan Initiatives Master Range 2}, <=TODAY(31))

bassam.khalil2009@gmail.com

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Bassam - Thank you - this worked. Now, I would like to add an exclusion for dates within the range, where the status is marked complete.

This is what I have for due in the next 30 days but not complete, but getting unparseable.

=COUNTIFS({2021 Strategic Plan Initiatives Master Range 2}, <=TODAY(30), {2021 Strategic Plan Initiatives Master Range 1}, <>"Complete"))

Any ideas?

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Hi Bassam,

I am attempting a similar search for "Unassigned" projects within 31-60 days. I attempted your formula but it appears to be counting any item within the "Completed" column, which is just the created date of the project. Thoughts?

=COUNTIFS(Status:Status, "Unassigned", Completed:Completed, <=TODAY(60)) - COUNTIFS(Completed:Completed, >=TODAY(31))

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