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I have such a list as per screenshot.

I need to create another view, where first column "Risk Category" will show only unique values (so only 3 items in this case: "Legal risk, "Not meet delivery expectations" and "Organizational risk").

Second column should summarize "Risk Score" values per Category (e.g. "Legal risk" - 8)

And another question. Does anyone know the formula to setup the traffic lights depending on the number range? I need "green" for <2, "yellow" 3< x <5, and "red" for > 6.

Now I'm using this validation formula depending on the selected status:

="<DIV><IMG src='/_layouts/images/"&IF(Status="low","kpipeppers-0",IF(OR(Status="medium"),"kpipeppers-1","kpipeppers-2"))&".gif'/></DIV>"

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  1. View: You can take a look here as to how to create view

Create a standard view and then for Columns select [Risk Category] and [Risk Score], for Group By, select [Risk Category] and then for Totals select Sum for [Risk Score]

The output should look like this.

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2. Formula

You can try the below and let me know.

=IF([Risk Score]<=2,"Green",IF(AND([Risk Score]>=3,[Risk Score]<=5),"Yellow","Red"))

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  • Thank you so much! Very helpful answer. I implemented both and it worked. Just one question: is there a way to have a selective view without "Group by" option? I mean, without having those Group lines with sum, but having just this outcome as normal list entry? Dec 9 '20 at 14:52
  • With [All items] view without [Group By], you can see data in a table. But, when you need [Sum], this is what you would get. Only options for [Group By] available are Collapsed and Expanded. Please mark the question as answered if it provided the answer you were looking for. Dec 9 '20 at 15:12

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