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I have created 20 syntax formulas (IF(AND([Job Group]=) based upon two other columns on my calculated column field, but I seemed to have reached a maximum limit.

I cannot load my 21st syntax formula as it immediately gives me an error message. Is there a way around this?

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  • Across all SharePoint, there is a maximum limit of a text in a textfield 256 characters. Can you check if you did not overcrossed it?
    – Martin Dub
    Sep 7 at 17:20
  • Maximum text characters are not the issue. Definitely a formula length. I did test the workaround for limit nested and it worked, however, my column now includes a FALSE statement next to each formulas response.
    – user100030
    Sep 7 at 19:13
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As per What is the workaround for limit in nested if statements in sharepoint calculated column?,

  • Maximum nested IFs: SharePoint 2007 and 2010 only allow 7. SharePoint 2013 and later (including Online) allows 19. Larger values are possible by using batches of 7 or 19 or less and concatenating or adding the results.
  • Maximum formula length: SharePoint 2007 and 2010 only allow 1024 characters. (2013 and later is around one billion!)

Make sure you are not crossing the limits of nested IFs in your formula.

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