Date Default to 30 Days

Brittany Marie
edited 04/18/22 in Formulas and Functions

Hi!

I am trying to put together a formula that says: " If the Renewal Alert Date is blank, change column to 30 days"

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  • Andrée Starå
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    Hi @Brittany Marie

    I hope you're well and safe!

    Do you mean it should change to the text "30 days" or add 30 days to a date?

    I hope that helps!

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  • Brittany Marie
    edited 04/19/22

    @Andrée Starå

    Thanks for getting back to me, so I want to create 30 days to date


    Right now I have a date in the Renewal End Date column that will populate a date that is 45 days before the contract end date.


    =[Contract End Date]@row - 45

    So, I need help adding to this formula that says if the Contract End Date column is blank change the date to 30 days out from the Contract Start Date . But, had some issues whether I should use Ifs or if blank function

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