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I have a SharePoint list with 2 columns: Age and Age Group. The age groupings I want to display in the second columns are:

  • Under 16
  • 16-20
  • 21-30
  • 31+

This is the formula I've tried:

=IF([Age]<16;"Under 16";IF([Age]<21;"16-20";IF([Age]<31;"21-30";"31+")))

But this returns a Syntax Error. Can anyone spot whats wrong with the formula?

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  • Try using comma ( ,) instead of semicolon (;). let me know if it works. Also, make sure you are using correct display name of your column. May 18, 2023 at 14:15
  • What is data/column type of [Age] column, Number or single line of text? May 18, 2023 at 14:16
  • [Age] is a calculated column that returns an Integer.
    – JonS
    May 19, 2023 at 20:07

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Your formula syntax looks good to me. Try using comma ( , ) instead of semicolon ( ; ) everywhere in formula like:

=IF([Age]<16,"Under 16",IF([Age]<21,"16-20",IF([Age]<31,"21-30","31+")))

Assuming [Age] column is of type Number.

Calculated column settings:

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Output:

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Note:

  1. Sometimes semicolon(;) does not work in formula (it is based on language or regional settings on your site). So in that case use comma(,) instead of semicolon(;).
  2. Use correct display name of your SharePoint columns in above formula.

Official Documentations:

  1. Calculated Field Formulas

If [Age] column is of type Single line of text, use this formula:

=IF(VALUE([Age])<16,"Under 16",IF(VALUE([Age])<21,"16-20",IF(VALUE([Age])<31,"21-30","31+")))

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