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As far as I know, it's impossible to use other list's field in calculated column. As a workaround, I would suggest you create a MS Flow to achieve this. Use the if condition in the MS Flow to refer to other list, then update field in current list.

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You can add the same formula in list validation settings to show an error and don't allow users to save the form: Follow below steps: Go to You SharePoint list. Then go to List settings. Click on Validation Settings. Add same formula in Formula section. Then add suitable error message according to your requirement in User Message section. Click Save. ...

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I can't find any error in your formula! =IF([Result2]<=3,"Low", IF(AND([Result2]>=4, [Result2]<=6),"Low Med", IF(AND([Result2]>=7,[Result2]<=12),"Medium", IF(AND([Result2]>=13, [Result2]<=16),"Med Hi", IF([Result2]>=16,"High","" ) ) ) ...

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Use below formula for your calculated field: =IF(ISBLANK([DATE1]), IF(ISBLANK([DATE2]), IF(ISBLANK([DATE3]), "", [DATE3]+90), [DATE2]+90), [DATE1]+90) 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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Yes, you could create 3 Calculated fields to realize your design. Please follow steps: 1.Create the first Calculated field named "C1" Formula: =IF(INT([Car Damage repair])>INT([Car cleaning]),[Car Damage repair],[Car cleaning]) //compare the values of the first two fields 2.Create the second Calculated field named "C2" Formula: =IF(...

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To avoid #NUM!, you should use ISERROR as below =IF(ISERROR(DATEDIF(CurrentDate,[End Date],"Y")),"show error message",DATEDIF(CurrentDate,[End Date],"Y")) To match this with your formula, the final formula with ISERROR should like =CONCATENATE(IF(ISERROR(DATEDIF(CurrentDate,[End Date],"Y")),"0",DATEDIF(...

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No, It's not supported, please check The list of supported and unsupported columns in SharePoint calculated column Workarounds Create a lookup column from another ist in your current list then create a workflow to use this value and update your list item. Check the detailed steps at How to use Lookup field in SharePoint Calculated Column Formula. Use ...

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You can try setting up your flow like this: After a new item is added, initialize two variables (ReminderDate and NextReminder) that holds the initial value addDays(triggerBody()?['Created'],14). Then, add a Control Action of type Do until with a test on your status column ("Balance equal to 200" in my example). Note that this field should be from the ...

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=TEXT([text_column], "")

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In calculated columns, you can set the data type returned from your formula in column settings at: If return type of calculated field is Single line of text: Use below JSON: { "\$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType": "div", "txtContent": &...

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The formula you use =IF([Total Hours]<24,[Total Hours]*24,0) will always return false for condition [Total Hours]<24 since [Total Hours] is not a valid number to compare with 24. You can use ISERROR function to identify if the column returns a valid output instead: =IF(ISERROR([Total Hours]*24),0,[Total Hours]*24)

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This is the default behavior in SharePoint. When you upload the file to document library, file name will be stored in Name field and not Title. Workaround: You can populate the file name in Title field using Power automate flow on file creation/updation. You can implement flow something like below:

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Just run the condition for the third option first, use ISBLANK function to identify if “Actual Finish Date” is blank: IF(NOT(ISBLANK([Actual Finish Date])), "Completed", IF([Projected End Date] > TODAY()-1,"On Schedule","Project Slip") ) Reference: IS functions.

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I can see that there are some problems with parentheses in your formula. Try this: =IF(ISBLANK([Mobile Number]),"", IF([Country Origin] = "US", TEXT([Mobile Number],"(000) 000-0000"), IF([Country Origin] = "Australia", TEXT([Mobile Number],"+61 (00) 0000-0000"),"")))

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Screenshot of flow: Screenshot of Result: Screenshot of Sharepoint list columns: See screen shot from Power automate how to copy multiline (not sure how you managed to get the html tags in there!). I am assuming here that you are not using http request to update the columns. Here we are copying the multilines from the column Source to the column Target. ...

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Assuming you have two columns named: Choice1 and Choice1. Then you can create a new Calculated column in your list and use below formula: =[Choice1]+[Choice1] Output: Microsoft official Reference: Calculated Field Formulas

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Keeping the current formula intact, we can replace [Quoted Days] with INT([Quoted Days]/People) assuming fraction to be rounded to the nearest whole number. =[Start Date]+TRUNC((INT([Quoted Days]/People)-1)/5,0)*7+MOD((INT([Quoted Days]/People)-1),5)+IF(WEEKDAY([Start Date])+MOD((INT([Quoted Days]/People)-1),5)>6,2,0)-IF(WEEKDAY([Start Date])=7,1,0)-IF(...

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Adding ISERROR let's you display something else than the error message. "SEARCH" is better than "FIND" as "FIND" is case sensitive and doesn't allow wildcard characters. =IF(ISERROR(SEARCH("Word",Title)),"Yes","No") SharePoint: ISERROR Function

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Try this: =IF(ISBLANK([date]), "", [date]) Test result:

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Use below formula: formatNumber(int(outputs('<Get SharePoint Data Action Name>')?['body/<calculated column name>']), '0,0.00', 'en-us') This will convert your calculated column to #,#.00 format (with 2 decimal points). If you want the number without decimal points then you can use below formula: formatNumber(int(outputs('<Get SharePoint Data ...

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Please see the combined formula below. It's not clear when the formula will result in "White" as you have greater than (example, IF([Age in Months]>2, "Red"). So, I'm assuming, when [Age in Months]=0, then it's "White" =IF(OR(OR(AND(Category="Emerging Project",AND([Age in Months]<11,[Age in Months]<>0)),AND(...

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You need to check if "Valid Until" is blank first then check for date. This should work for you =IF(ISBLANK([Valid Until]),"",IF([Valid Until]-TODAY()>=0,"Valid","Expired"))

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Assuming SPO is in classic mode: Make sure script editor web-part is available. If not, follow the steps here to enable it. Edit the viewing page and add a script editor web part and then insert the script Note: Change the document library name to your document library Here the script that I've used: <div> <input type='button' value='Copy Url of ...

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Per my test it works well using your syntax: =IF(ISBLANK(Date),"",NOW()-Date) Please add a new calculated column named NowTime to check the result: NowTime Column: Result:

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You should be able to do this by creating new calculated column, setting the data type to Date and Time, choosing the Date & Time in Date and Time Format: and using the following formula (put your original column name instead of dt1): =dt1-(5.5/24) Explanation can be found here. Full dates can be added/subtracted with +/- so 5.5/24 would calculate to 5....

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Try using this: =IF(ISBLANK([Last Update]),"",TEXT(NOW(),"mm/dd/yyyy")-[Last Update])

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Use below formula to calculate the difference between Today and Last Update Date column. =IF(ISBLANK([Last Update]),"",(TEXT(NOW(),"mm/dd/yyyy")-[Last Update])) and set The data type returned from this formula to : Number in order to get difference in Number of days between two dates.

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We simply cannot use [Today] or [Me] in calculated columns. Use formulas like =DATEVALUE(TEXT(NOW(),"mm/dd/yyyy")) - DATEVALUE(TEXT([Created],"mm/dd/yyyy")) or =TEXT(NOW(),"mm/dd/yyyy")-[Created] will be workarounds you can use. And remember if you use DateValue function, you need to set the The data type returned from this ...

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I think you should use , instead of ;. Also dont give space after If. Try these: = IF([colA]="dddd","yes","no") = IF([nr1]<[nr2],"yes","no") let me know if it works. I used comma and it works fine.

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