Using a Logical formula to return a numeric value
I'm trying to use a logical formula to return a numeric value based on the drop down selection in another column.
For example, if column X contains Tier 1, insert in column Y a value of 1
If Tier 2, return a value of 2
If Tier 3, Return a value of 3
This is the formula I'm trying to use and I get an unparseable error
=IF(Client Tier@row Tier 1, "1", IF(Client Tier@row Tier 2, "2", IF(Client Tier@row Tier 3, "3"))
What do I need to change?
Thank you!!
Best Answer

You are so close! I think you just need some brackets, additional quotation marks, and equal signs. 😀
Try this...
=IF([Client Tier]@row ="Tier 1", "1", IF([Client Tier]@row= "Tier 2", "2", IF([Client Tier]@row ="Tier 3", "3"))
Answers

You are so close! I think you just need some brackets, additional quotation marks, and equal signs. 😀
Try this...
=IF([Client Tier]@row ="Tier 1", "1", IF([Client Tier]@row= "Tier 2", "2", IF([Client Tier]@row ="Tier 3", "3"))

Thanks, I'll give it a try and let you know! Much appreciated!

Thank you! It worked. I wanted it to return as a numeric value and removed the quotes around the 1,2,3
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