## google sheets – Print True or False in calculated column using ARRAYFORMULA

I’ve added a duplicate of your Sheet1 (called “Erik Help”), which contains the following formula in E1:

`=ArrayFormula({"E"; IF(A2:A="",, IF((LOWER(TRIM(A2:A))="stackexchange")+(B2:B+C2:C+D2:D=0),TRUE,FALSE))})`

The curly brackets `{ }` create a literal array, meaning we can arrange the data between them below or to the right of each other.

First, the header is created, the text of which you can change within the formula as you like.

The colon means “begin the rest below.”

`IF(A2:A="",, )`: If a cell in `A2:A` is blank, the corresponding cell in `E2:E` will also be left blank/null.

`IF( ,TRUE,FALSE)`: `IF` the condition in the first parameter is met for the current row, then return `TRUE` to the corresponding row in `E2:E`.

`( ) + ( )`: The condition is compound. The plus sign means `OR` here; so if either condition (or both) is met, then our designated `TRUE` will be returned. If neither is met, then `FALSE` will be returned.

`(LOWER(TRIM(A2:A))="stackexchange") + (B2:B+C2:C+D2:D=0)`: The two conditions are that a lowercase version of `A2:A` without any extra spaces is exactly equal to `"stackexchange"`. The second condition is that the value of Column B plus the value of Column C plus the value of Column D is equal to zero. Since `FALSE` carries an equivalent value of 0 (with `TRUE` carrying a value of non-zero), then the only way to arrive at 0 in adding the values of Columns B, C and D is if each is either `FALSE` or 0 or null.

Notes:

In all cases within the formula, notice that `TRUE` and `FALSE` are not contained within quotation marks (i.e., `"TRUE"` and `"FALSE"`). That is because your post shows a return of Boolean values `TRUE` and `FALSE`, whereas `"TRUE"` and `"FALSE"` are seen as strings. And those are two different types that behave differently.

If it is a likely scenario that you may have something entered into Column A of a row but that there may be blanks in B:C, and that you want blanks not to be the same thing as `FALSE`, you’ll need one more condition and will need to use the following formula version:

`=ArrayFormula({"E"; IF(A2:A="",, IF((LOWER(TRIM(A2:A))="stackexchange")+(LEN(B2:B&C2:C&D2:D)>=15),TRUE,FALSE))})`

Here, the second parenthetical condition has been replaced with `(LEN(B2:B&C2:C&D2:D)>=15)`. Since three entries of `FALSE` would be `FALSEFALSEFALSE`, this would then be the only combination of `TRUE`, `FALSE` and null (or minimal stray spaces) that would satisfy `>=15`.

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## Calculated Column Formula Help – IF AND

I have a column called `Due Date` and a calculated column called `Task Tracker`.

I am using the following formula in `Task Tracker`, `=IF(AND((Progress Status)="Not Started",(Due Date)<Today),"Overdue",IF(AND((Progress Status)="In Progress",(Due Date)<Today),"Overdue","On Track"))`.

However, this doesn’t seem to be working – a task with a due date set for last week hasn’t switched over to Overdue and stays on ‘On Track’. I am trying to say that if the Due Date is after today and the Progress Status column is either Not Started or In Progress, change the Task Tracker to Overdue. Thank you in advance!

## list – SharePoint Online: Calculated field with week number starting Saturday

I’ve found a few ways online to calculate the week number but none that allow me to start the week on Saturday. Here is the formula that I tested, but doesn’t give me Saturday-Friday.

``````=INT(((Time In)-DATE(YEAR((Time In)),1,1)+(TEXT(WEEKDAY(DATE(YEAR((Time In)),1,1)),"d")))/7)+1
``````

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## SharePoint 2013 Calculated column issue -Comparing dates

Hope you can help me on this issue, I created a calculated column with the following formula to auto calculate the “Fiscal Quarter” based on the value in the “Date Of Review” column in my list.

=IF((Date of Review)<“10/1/2021″,””,IF(AND((Date of Review)>=”10/1/2021″,(Date of Review)<=”12/31/2021″),”FY22_Q1″,IF(AND((Date of Review)>”12/31/2021″,(Date of Review)<=”3/31/2022″),”FY22_Q2″,IF(AND((Date of Review)>”3/31/2022″,(Date of Review)<=”6/31/2022″),”FY22_Q3″,”FY22_Q4″))))

The “Date Of Review” column is formatted as “mm/dd/yyyy”, but when I added a value that is greater than “10/1/2021”, for example, “2/23/2022”, the calculated column always shows blank.

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## development – How to set Date column with default value as calculated value?

The error “The formula contains reference(s) to field(s).” is by design. The default value cannot refer to other fields. This is because that the item hasn’t been created, the Created column value is none. You can’t set null to the “Target date” column default value.

As a workaround, you can create a calculated column, which is set as DATE(YEAR(Created),MONTH(Created),DAY(Created)+5). Then create a workflow, copy calculated column value to Target date column. Note: you need to set the workflow to be triggered when a new item is created and add pause action in the first step.

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## SharePoint Online – Link to Item – Calculated Column

You can `CONCATENATE` an `a tag` at the `calculated column` formula

Something like this Ref

``````=CONCATENATE("<a href="http://server/sitename/Page.aspx?PageTitle=",Title,">",Title,"</a>")
``````

But you must use the available fields that listed when you build your formula. and unfortunately the `Link To Item` require `ID field` that is not available !

Check also @Danny answer at Calculated column with ID removes ID number on update
, URL in calculated column

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## calculated column – Calculate business days between start date and end date

BLUF: I would like to create a calculated column in SharePoint that looks at the (Start Date) and (Provisioned Date) and know how many business days it took between the two.

I am very new to SharePoint and so far I have the following formula that gives me the full count of days between, I just am not sure how to add the BD function into it. Bonus, I would love for it to say either 1 Day(s) and if more than a month, show as X Year, X Months and X Days.

=Provisioned-(Start Date)

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## Create dynamic calculated column for filtered list view

I have a SharePoint list of 20000 items, where each item has 11 different columns, with values (tags) as per the item, that I add manually.

So, I want to create a new column with a URL where the user can click and see a filtered view of all items associated with the same tags across the 11 columns that have been added historically.

I can create a filter for a few items manually but I need to repeat this process for 20 new items everyday, which is time consuming. I also want the filtered views for all historical list items.

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## SharePoint Online Calculated Formula – SharePoint Stack Exchange

I am trying to create a formula that will auto-populate a column based on the input from two other columns. The auto population would need to check the boxes of the appropriate items that apply based on the input.

Example-
Column A-Flight Type:
Orientation
Spouse
Private

Column B- Aircraft type:
Airbus 100
Airbus 200
Airbus 300

Depending on the selection of a and b I would like c to auto-populate required tasks from 10 choices

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## magento2 – How to exclude certain SKU to be calculated in Minimum Order Amount

I’m currently using the native M2 Minimum Order Amount module.

I want to add to my store some products, but I don’t want them to be consider during minimum order amount calculation.

Minimum_Order_Amount = 30

Example
If cart contains some SKU’s
Then Minimum_Order_Amount += itemRowSubtotal

I’m wondering how to approach this problem?
Also I would like to return dynamic error equivalent to change.

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