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I'm trying to add a column to a table I created in SharePoint. I want the column to do the following: Given the status of an action e.i. due or over due, calculate the number of days that the action has been raised. So I wrote a formula to calculate this taking the values from the column Date Raised and today's date.

=IF(OR([Status]="Overdue",[Status]="Due"),DATEIF([Date Raised],[Today],"d"))

When I click the OK button I get

Sorry, something went wrong The formula contains a syntax error or is not supported

I would appreciate if someone could point out what I'm doing wrong

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I read other posts and I managed to solve the problem. By using today() the formula would be:

=IF(OR(Status="Overdue",Status="Open"),(TODAY()-[Date Raised]),"")

It worked perfectly throughout the entire table

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Using the Today() Function is exactly the same as using [Modified]

Because SharePoint Formulas only re-calculate the Formula when:

  • the Item is updated

  • or the Formula itself is edited

So you daily check does not work.

Details and workarounds to do Today calculations in Views: How to use Today and Me in Calculated column

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