IF OR Formula

08/26/21
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Can I get help with this formula? I need the answer to be 4 if either of these two columns are a yes. If both are a no, then I need the answer to be 0. If one is yes and one is no, then the answer still needs to be 4.


=IF(OR([Innovate Audit]@row = "Yes", 4), ([Innovate Audit Included in Upgrade?]@row = "Yes", 4), 0)

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  • Alejandro OrtegaAlejandro Ortega ✭✭✭✭
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    Hi Stacy,

    Try this and let me know if it worked:

    =IF(OR([Innovate Audit]@row = "Yes", [Innovate Audit Included in Upgrade?]@row = "Yes") , 4 , 0)

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  • Alejandro OrtegaAlejandro Ortega ✭✭✭✭
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    Hi Stacy,

    Try this and let me know if it worked:

    =IF(OR([Innovate Audit]@row = "Yes", [Innovate Audit Included in Upgrade?]@row = "Yes") , 4 , 0)

  • Stacy StoffelStacy Stoffel ✭✭✭✭✭

    Thank you, that worked! I did try something similar to that, but think I forgot a comma or two.

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