If Greater than formula
Hi, I want one cell (Max Capacity, total cell) to return "No" from a symbol dropdown list when another column (% Allocation, total cell) has a sum greater than or equal to 100. Also, return "Yes" when it is between 065, and return "Hold" when it is between 6699.
Here's the example table that I have.
I tried formula for greater than 100 first and see if it works for a simpler statement and I'm getting Unparseable error.
=IF(([% Allocation]@row>value(100)), [Max Capacity]@row "No", [Yes])
Can you please direct me on how I should write the formula to make it work?
Best Answers

Try something more like this:
=IF([% Allocation]@row>= 1, "No", IF([% Allocation]@row<= 65, "Yes", "Hold"))
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=IF([% Allocation]@row>100, "No",IF([% Allocation]@row>65, "Yes","Hold"))
Answers

Try something more like this:
=IF([% Allocation]@row>= 1, "No", IF([% Allocation]@row<= 65, "Yes", "Hold"))
Come see me in Seattle at ENGAGE 2024! I will be at the 10xViz partner booth throughout as well as the "Lets Talk About Community" Meet & Eat table on Tuesday from 11:45am  12:45pm!

=IF([% Allocation]@row>100, "No",IF([% Allocation]@row>65, "Yes","Hold"))

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