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Try following formula, Hope it will help you. =IF(ISBLANK([Completed Date]),IF(ISERROR(DATEDIF([Created],NOW(),”d”)),””,(DATEDIF([Created],NOW(),”d”))+1-INT(DATEDIF([Created],NOW(),”d”)/7)*2-IF((WEEKDAY(NOW())-WEEKDAY([Created]))<0,2,0)-IF(OR(AND(WEEKDAY(NOW())=7,WEEKDAY([Created])=7),AND(WEEKDAY(NOW())=1,WEEKDAY([Created])=1)),1,0)-IF(AND(WEEKDAY([...


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Unfortunately, you cannot configure a calculated field as you described since calculated fields update their values on updating list items. Thus, the formula cannot include variables other than fields. You can configure a Flow of Workflow that updates a field value periodically in the beginning of each day.


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Add json formatting with the following code { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType": "div", "debugMode": true, "txtContent": "=if([$Date] > @now, 'Yes', 'No')", "style": { "background-color": "=if([$Date] > @now, '#ff0000', '')" } } Click on the down arrow of behind ...


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I've no idea, but I imagine no one else will either. As an on prem system, it will vary depending on the resources available in your farm setup and what other demands are on the servers also.


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In calculated columns we can refer to other columns, but not other rows. A common solution would be to create a master list that had the names and current number. (so each name would only exist once on this list. You could then create a workflow that runs for each new item on the original list that tries to find the item in the master list and increments the ...


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Dikesh has the right answer to the OP's precise question. But it only works with the supplied example. Two problems: It returns blank if there is only one numeric value, or Title is blank. It extracts the last value, but only if it is the same length as the first value. (Change the first value to 12 to see what happens.) First, a solution that counts ...


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You can create new calculated column with "Single line text" or "number" type. Add the below given formula to extract the value after last comma. Formula for calculated column is: =IF(ISERROR(RIGHT(Title,(SEARCH(",",Title,1)-1))),"",RIGHT(Title,(SEARCH(",",Title,1)-1))) Note: Here I have used "Title" column for creating formula. Please replace it with ...


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Try Using: =IF([Col1], 1, 0) Or =IF([Col1]=TRUE, 1, 0) Return the calculated field as Number. Note: 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(,).


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