COUNTIF with HAS Formula in Sheet Summary

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I am trying to do a COUNTIF in the Sheet Summary for a column that is a Multi Select Dropdown. I know that you are supposed to use the HAS function, but I can only seem to get that to work in the sheet with @Cell. Any suggestions?


=COUNTIF([Department of Concern]:[Department of Concern], HAS([Department of Concern]:[Department of Concern], "PCC"))


The formula gives me an answer of 0 but there are several cells that have PCC selected.

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  • Genevieve P.
    Genevieve P. Employee Admin
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    Hi @Julie Tausch

    Are you receiving a specific error when you use @cell? If so, is it possible that the syntax isn't quite right?

    @cell will need to be typed fully in lower-case in order for it to be recognized, but it should work in a Sheet Summary Field:


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