Adding 1 day to date in an If formula
Hello.
I am trying to add one day to a date if the row meets a certain condition.
Instead of adding the day, it is putting a "1" at the end of the date string. I have confirmed both the original date and the column with the formula are formatted for date.
What else am I missing?
Answers

What is the formula in the Last Show Origin column.
It seems like the way it is pulling the date it is converting it to text.

@Leibel S I think you're right. The formula in Last Show Origin is a link to a master sheet. On the master sheer I had to do a pull right formula to break the date out of the format I receive it in.
Is there a better way to break up the dates so they format correctly on the master sheet?

This will get complicated fast... Can you make that formula pull the date from the source?

I could, but the problem is the original source is in text format "Thu 8/5/2021  Sun 8/8/2021" so I've got to figure out how to convert that to dates first. In excel I would use text to columns?

Try the below formula to convert it to a real date.
=DATE(VALUE(RIGHT(dates4, 4)), VALUE(SUBSTITUTE(LEFT(MID(dates4, FIND("", dates4) + 7, 2), 2), "/", "")), VALUE(SUBSTITUTE(LEFT(MID(dates4, FIND("", dates4) + 9, 2), 2), "/", "")))
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