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This may seem really basic but I'm struggling to get my head around it. I have 2 boolean columns (Checked by TL and Checked by CSS), I need a calculated column to give me one of three results;

1: Checked by Both - this is where both of the columns are True

2: Checked by CSS - this is where the Checked by CSS column is True and the Checked by TL column is False

3: Checked by TL - this is where the Checked by TL column is True and the Checked by CSS column is False

I may have used the right formula in my testing but kept getting a syntax error which I couldn't fix by bracket counting so I'd appreciate any help with this one

Solved;

=IF(AND([Checked by CSS]=TRUE,[Checked by TL]=TRUE),"Checked by Both",IF(AND([Checked by CSS]=FALSE,[Checked by TL]=TRUE),"Checked by TL",IF(AND([Checked by CSS]=FALSE,[Checked by TL]=FALSE),"Unchecked",IF(AND([Checked by CSS]=TRUE,[Checked by TL]=FALSE),"Checked by CSS"))))
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Try using below formula:

=IF(AND([Checked by CSS]=TRUE,[Checked by TL]=TRUE),"Checked by Both",IF(AND([Checked by CSS]=TRUE,[Checked by TL]=FALSE),"Checked by CSS",IF(AND([Checked by CSS]=FALSE,[Checked by TL]=FALSE),"Unchecked",IF(AND([Checked by CSS]=FALSE,[Checked by TL]=TRUE),"Checked by TL")))) 

Note:

  1. Sometimes comma(,) does not work in formula (I am not sure but it is based on something language or regional settings on your site). So in that case use semicolon(;) instead of comma(,).
  2. Return your calculated field as Single line of text.

official documentations:

  1. Calculated Field Formulas.
  2. IF function.

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