Countifs across multple sheets with a Checkbox

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I'm new to smartsheets, just getting my feet wet at thsi point. I could use some assistance with my Countifs expression which is across multiple sheets. My first expression:

=COUNTIFS({JAILS: Individual Bookings Arrest}, $[Column 11]@row, {JAILS: Individual Bookings ArrestDate}, >=DATE(2022, 8, 26), {JAILS: Individual Bookings Arrest}, $[Column 11]@row, {JAILS: Individual Bookings ArrestDate}, <=DATE(2022, 9, 1)) + COUNTIFS({Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 1}, $[Column 11]@row, {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 2}, >=DATE(2022, 8, 26), {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 1}, $[Column 11]@row, {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 2}, <=DATE(2022, 9, 1))

works fine. At this point I need to add another condition which is a Checkbox column. I've written out the following, but returns "0" which is incorrect.

=COUNTIFS({JAILS: Individual Bookings Arrest}, $[Column 11]@row, {JAILS: Individual Bookings ArrestDate}, >=DATE(2022, 9, 16), {JAILS: Individual Bookings Arrest}, $[Column 11]@row, {JAILS: Individual Bookings ArrestDate}, <=DATE(2022, 9, 22), {JAILS: Individual Bookings HistoryCompleted}, 1) + COUNTIFS({Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 1}, $[Column 11]@row, {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 2}, >=DATE(2022, 9, 16), {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 1}, $[Column 11]@row, {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 2}, <=DATE(2022, 9, 22), {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings ArchiveHisCom}, 1)

I've tried writing this in multiple ways, but always get the same result, "0".

Any assistance and guidance the community could provide would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

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  • Genevieve P.
    Genevieve P. Employee Admin
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    Hi @Haus

    The structure of this looks correct! The only thing I can see right away is that you have a range and criteria duplicated. That shouldn't necessarily be an issue, but it may help clean up the formula a bit!

    I've bolded that area here:

    =COUNTIFS({JAILS: Individual Bookings Arrest}, $[Column 11]@row, {JAILS: Individual Bookings ArrestDate}, >=DATE(2022, 9, 16), {JAILS: Individual Bookings Arrest}, $[Column 11]@row, {JAILS: Individual Bookings ArrestDate}, <=DATE(2022, 9, 22), {JAILS: Individual Bookings HistoryCompleted}, 1) + COUNTIFS({Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 1}, $[Column 11]@row, {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 2}, >=DATE(2022, 9, 16), {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 1}, $[Column 11]@row, {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 2}, <=DATE(2022, 9, 22), {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings ArchiveHisCom}, 1)


    Try this:

    =COUNTIFS({JAILS: Individual Bookings Arrest}, $[Column 11]@row, {JAILS: Individual Bookings ArrestDate}, >=DATE(2022, 9, 16), {JAILS: Individual Bookings ArrestDate}, <=DATE(2022, 9, 22), {JAILS: Individual Bookings HistoryCompleted}, 1) + COUNTIFS({Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 1}, $[Column 11]@row, {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 2}, >=DATE(2022, 9, 16), {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 2}, <=DATE(2022, 9, 22), {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings ArchiveHisCom}, 1)


    Now... for the checkbox column. Can you double check that the newly created ranges are pointing to the right place?

    {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings ArchiveHisCom}

    &

    {JAILS: Individual Bookings HistoryCompleted}


    If the ranges are correct, you could try using @cell = 1 as the criteria:

    =COUNTIFS({JAILS: Individual Bookings Arrest}, $[Column 11]@row, {JAILS: Individual Bookings ArrestDate}, >=DATE(2022, 9, 16), {JAILS: Individual Bookings ArrestDate}, <=DATE(2022, 9, 22), {JAILS: Individual Bookings HistoryCompleted}, @cell = 1) + COUNTIFS({Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 1}, $[Column 11]@row, {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 2}, >=DATE(2022, 9, 16), {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings Range 2}, <=DATE(2022, 9, 22), {Archived Jails: Individual Bookings ArchiveHisCom}, @cell = 1)


    If none of this has helped... could you post screen captures of both sheets? (But block out sensitive data)

    Thanks!

    Genevieve

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