# COUNTIFS QUESTION

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I need to count a contract only if the date when it was reviewed was during Q2 , but the contract can be review several times, so in my database I have a date column for every time I had to reviewed it. So I need a formula that count if revision date 1 its in Q2, but also if revision date 2 its in Q2.

Q2 its between : DATE(2021, 8, 1) DATE(2021, 10, 31)

Currently using this but is not working yet:

=COUNTIFS([Fecha Respuesta Legal 1]@row:[Fecha Respuesta Legal 1]@row, >=DATE(2021, 8, 1), [Fecha Respuesta Legal 1]@row:[Fecha Respuesta Legal 1]@row, <=DATE(2021, 10, 31))+COUNTIFS ([Fecha respuesta Legal 2]@row:[Fecha respuesta Legal 2]@row, >=DATE(2021, 8, 1), [Fecha respuesta Legal 2]@row:[Fecha respuesta Legal 2]@row, <=DATE(2021, 10, 31))

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Hello @Kathe

Your formula was on track - you have a syntax error when writing your ranges.

=COUNTIFS([Fecha Respuesta Legal 1]:[Fecha Respuesta Legal 1], >=DATE(2021, 8, 1), [Fecha Respuesta Legal 1]:[Fecha Respuesta Legal 1], <=DATE(2021, 10, 31))+COUNTIFS ([Fecha respuesta Legal 2]:[Fecha respuesta Legal 2], >=DATE(2021, 8, 1), [Fecha respuesta Legal 2]:[Fecha respuesta Legal 2], <=DATE(2021, 10, 31))

Kelly

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Hello Kelly,

Actually the ranges are correct, because when I divided the formula and included only the first part it is working: =COUNTIFS([Fecha Respuesta Legal 1]@row:[Fecha Respuesta Legal 1]@row, >=DATE(2021, 8, 1), [Fecha Respuesta Legal 1]@row:[Fecha Respuesta Legal 1]@row, <=DATE(2021, 10, 31))

I think the problem is with the second part with the +COUNTIFS.....

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Hey @Kathe

I'm sorry - somehow your response was lost until just now. And you're right - I don't see now in the ranges what I thought I saw then. Did you get this working?

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