Count Function
Drew Cooper
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My excel spreadsheet that I'm attempting to replicate uses the following formula to count if any value is listed in column M. =COUNT(All!M:M). So if I have 3 items/rows listed in Column M it would return a 3, regardless of the value of the individual cells.
Example:
Column M
(Row1)5
(Row2)6
(Row3)7
Formula cell with, =COUNT(All!M:M) returns a total of 3
Obviously, I don't have column M any more in Smartsheet. But that column is labeled ESN.
What is the formula I need to get anything in the "ESN" column to be counted like I did in Excel.
Thanks!
Answers

You could use this formula to count "cells" that are not blank/empty.
=COUNTIF(ESN1:ESN5, <>"")
Thanks!
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