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I am creating a column in SharePoint list. This column is calculated.

I am using below formula as of now: =""&"INC0000"AutoID

This shows results like: INC00001, INC00002, etc.

I want to change and show results like: 20151, 20152, etc.

Where 2015 is current year and 1,2 is ID.

If user enter data next year then output should be like 20161, 20162, and so on. Year should be current.

Please anyone can share formula for this. Thanks

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Set the data type to Single line of text and add the below formula

=YEAR(Created)&AutoID
  • If Created is the default SP field then it will never be empty. The default ID however will be 0 for newly created items, see the workarounds: stackoverflow.com/questions/28986458/… – Danny '365CSI' Engelman Apr 2 '15 at 7:42
  • Yes you are correct. I have edited my answer. The IF statement can be used if calculation is for some other field. – Keerthi Apr 2 '15 at 13:43
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You'll need to base the value of the year on the record's created date if you want it to reflect the current year. And, assuming your "AutoID" field works and increments as expected, your formula would be as follows:

=YEAR(Created)&AutoID
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I know it is old topic BUT ... the above suggestion =YEAR(Created) returns 10/09/1905 instead of the current year 2018.

Instead I have used the following syntax: =TEXT([Created],"yyyy") which works fine on existing entries but if a new entry is done, it shows 1899 instead of year 2018.

For some reasons the [ ] seem to disappear once it is reloaded.

  • That's because you selected Date as the output format of the Calculated column. Change it to Single Line of Text or Number to display "2018" – Mike Smith - MCT - MVP Feb 10 '18 at 21:29
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Bucki, make sure the data type of calculated column is set to "Number". I found that when the data type was set to Single Line of Text, the 1899 was being returned. Setting it as "Number" produced the expected result.

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