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SUM function in a calculated column
I am running SharePoint 2013 Standard Edition. I have a custom list that includes three columns:
Question type (a choice column with three choices: "Parliamentary
question", "Petition" and "Open question")
Status (a choice column with two choices: "In progress"and "New")
"No. of Parliamentary questions in progress" (a calculated column which I would like to display the number of questions in progress).
If the question type is "Parliamentary question" AND the status is "In progress," I want the "No. of Parliamentary questions in progress" column to display the number of questions in progress at any given time.
I started with the following formula but am unsure how to end it. Any help would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
=SUM(IF([Question Type]]="Parliamentary question", [Status]="In progress”) ...?
When you try to use this Summation equation to a Calculated Column , I think it does not give you meaning for each row , where each row will have the same nu
When you try to use this Summation equation to a Calculated Column , I think it does not give you meaning for each row , where each row will have the same number as the following
Quest Status No. of Parliamentary questions in progress
Q1 InProgress 2
Q2 InProgress 2
Also , you will face issue with some fields to use it in calculated column . So I suggest to you to Group by your list with Status field and Set the Total to Status count that will show as the following and I think it will match your requirements.
Go to list setting > at the bottom of page > click on Create a new view
Set view name > select the files that you need (Quest - Status)
In view GroupBy Section > Select your Status field.
In Total > Select Count for Status as shown below.2018-06-19 04:03:27
Is this applicable for Office365 SharePoint? I followed the steps but the count is not viewable2018-06-19 04:23:55