Paul Newcome’s Profile

Community member since April 2018

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Good morning, we have a sheet we are using to track leads. I've been asked to set up an automated update request to send leads that have a certain status out on the first business day of each month. 

In the automated actions, there is no way to set a recurring update request like there is on the

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Is there a way to use the MONTH function with COLLECT to, say, find the highest date in a column that is in the month of October? Basically, to simplify a formula like this:

=MAX(COLLECT([Due Date]:[Due Date], [Due Date]:[Due Date], >=DATE(2018, 10, 1), [Due Date]:[Due Date], <=DATE(2018, 10, 31)))

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Hi!

I have a tricky formula I'm trying to calculate, but with no success so far... 

 

I have to different sheets that I'm looking on. 

Sheet1: Planning and monitoring sheet

Sheet2: Work reports


The formula challenge:

In Sheet2 our guys at the field are reporting on different predetermined projects.

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I am looking for a formula that when I checkmark a box (to show a task completed) the column next to the checkmark will auto populate the date the box was checkmarked. I also want it to stay that date unless that row or checkbox is modified/unchecked.  

I got as far as the date populating but the