SUMIFS Formula

09/14/21
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I am attempting to get the sum of two separate columns Number of Participants Reached (Adults) + Number of Participants Reached (Students) for FY 2021 only

All 3 sets of numbers are in different columns

I can get the total sum of the two columns right for all years but I can't figure out how to have it only calculate for FY 2021 only

=SUM([Number of Participants Reached (Adults)]:[Number of Participants Reached (Students)])

How do I take this formula and turn it into the sum for both columns for a specific year


Thank you!

Best Answer

  • Kelly MooreKelly Moore ✭✭✭✭✭
    Accepted Answer

    Hey @ashleeco

    Here's an approach using SUMIFS embedded in your Sum function.

    =SUM(SUMIFS([Number of Participants Reached (Adults)]:[Number of Participants Reached (Adults)], [Number of Participants Reached (Adults)]:[Number of Participants Reached (Adults)], ISNUMBER(@cell), [Fiscal Year]:[Fiscal Year], "FY 2021"), SUMIFS([Number of Participants Reached (Students)]:[Number of Participants Reached (Students)], [Number of Participants Reached (Students)]:[Number of Participants Reached (Students)], ISNUMBER(@cell), [Fiscal Year]:[Fiscal Year], "FY 2021"))

    Does this get you what you need?

Answers

  • Kelly MooreKelly Moore ✭✭✭✭✭
    Accepted Answer

    Hey @ashleeco

    Here's an approach using SUMIFS embedded in your Sum function.

    =SUM(SUMIFS([Number of Participants Reached (Adults)]:[Number of Participants Reached (Adults)], [Number of Participants Reached (Adults)]:[Number of Participants Reached (Adults)], ISNUMBER(@cell), [Fiscal Year]:[Fiscal Year], "FY 2021"), SUMIFS([Number of Participants Reached (Students)]:[Number of Participants Reached (Students)], [Number of Participants Reached (Students)]:[Number of Participants Reached (Students)], ISNUMBER(@cell), [Fiscal Year]:[Fiscal Year], "FY 2021"))

    Does this get you what you need?

  • Yes, this is exactly what I needed! You are a genius. Thank you so much! 🎉

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