Calculating a future date based on a number of days

I am trying to calculate a future date using the date as it is 'now' + 90 days. I have read a few articles on here but I don't seem to be able to work it out

I want to have the date completed - for example today / expiry term as 90 days and then it populates the expiry date (I can do this in Excel)

Please help :)


Thanks

Michelle


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  • Debbie Sawyer
    Debbie Sawyer ✭✭✭✭✭✭
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    If Date Completed is a Date formatted Column and Expiry term is a numeric column. You need to make sure Expiry Date is a Date Formatted column too.

    Then in the Expiry Date enter:

    =[Date Completed]@row + [Expiry term]@row

    That should work.

    Kind regards

    Debbie

  • Bassam Khalil
    Bassam Khalil ✭✭✭✭✭✭
    edited 07/12/21 Answer ✓

    Hi @Michelle Bennett

    Hope you are fine, if you want to calculate expiry date as a 90 days from today use the following formula

    expiry date = Today(90)

    and if you want to calculate the expiry date based on date completed and expiry term use the following formula

    expiry date = date completed + expiry term ( 12-July-2021 + 90 = 10-Oct-2021 )

    but check that the expiry date & date completed columns are date type and the expiry term column is Text/Number type

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