Can I only show the year from the date in another column

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Christopher Neal
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edited 07/29/21 in Formulas and Functions

I just want the year from [Completed Date] but not able to figure it out.

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  • Brett Wyrick
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    Hey Chris, that's because the column you're utilizing for inputting in the YEAR() function is a "Date" type column. When you're inputting just a year, say "1999", it invalidates the column's rule of showing a "Date" value.

    You'll need to change the column type to "Text/Number", and the =YEAR([Completed Date]@row) function will work.






    My "Completed Year" column is a "Text/Number" type column, which gets the below value:







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