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I need a formula to count the number of transactions in a list

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I need a formula to count the number of transactions in a list that were done this week. i.e count if the date in the column is between last Monday and seven days later.

try this one


you might have to use the datedif function on a different column and then use the count on that column.



Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Thanks thats a step forward but its not quite what I need:

I need to count the number of a certain type of phone call on this log - easy.... Countif(e2:e200,"Call closed")


Hard bit I need to only count them if they happened this week...


How do I include datedif argument in with this?

i think the easiest way to do that is to create a new column of everything that meets the criteria


ie if the date is in A and call closed or not is in B


create a column C Iff(datedif(today,A,7),B,0)

then do countif(c,"closed call")

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Thanks for the help I managed to get it working using this for your info in future:



Yup than do the count on that column.

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thank you.
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