# How to connect Countifs with Jerarquies (Children?) with two conditions ( 100% & Dates )

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Hello All, I am running this formula "=COUNTIFS([P%]:[P%], =1, [Finish date]:[Finish date], ISDATE(@cell))",

And the result is "7", and that's correct!. But now I'm attempting to run a similar formula just for a specific cell "Abstract" and " Summary".

Basically, I need the result for "Abstract" be "3" and for "Summary" "4", since both satisfy the conditions (It is 100% and has a date).

=COUNTIFS(CHILDREN([Abstract]2), =1, CHILDREN([Abstract]2, ISDATE(@cell))

Anyways, I'm far from getting the right anwer, so any guidance would be appreciated.

Thanks

Diego

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In the CHILDREN function, you want to list the Column that you're searching through, versus saying [Abstract].

Try this for Abstract:

=COUNTIFS(CHILDREN([P%]2), =1, CHILDREN([Finish date]2), ISDATE(@cell))

Let me know if this works!

Cheers,

Genevieve

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In the CHILDREN function, you want to list the Column that you're searching through, versus saying [Abstract].

Try this for Abstract:

=COUNTIFS(CHILDREN([P%]2), =1, CHILDREN([Finish date]2), ISDATE(@cell))

Let me know if this works!

Cheers,

Genevieve

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@Genevieve P. Thank you so much!, you're amazing!

It works!

Diego :)

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No problem at all! I'm glad I could help. 🙂