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How to express this condition in SharePoint Calculated field?

A field should have a result of yes or no with below condition:

If ALL the fields value is completed answer should be No, else Yes.

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  • Do you mean set value to "No" if all list form fields entered by user (when there is no blank field)? Or when list column has value = "completed", set calculated column value to "No". Commented Dec 19, 2022 at 11:09

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Try below formula

=IF([field1]="completed","No","Yes")
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1.If you want to set the calculated column value to No when all fields have no blank fields, use this formula:

=IF(OR(column1="",number1=""),"Yes","No")

The running result realizes that when both column1 and number1 have values, No is displayed, otherwise Yes. enter image description here

2.If you want to set the calculated column value to No when column has value = "completed", use this formula:

=IF([column1]="completed","No","Yes")

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