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Posted on 2013-02-06
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Hi Experts,

I have a workbook where I need to count the number of Interactions between a date range based on an employees name and wanted to know if this can be done?

Attached is a sample workbook with the following formula

=SUMPRODUCT((RLOFTracker[Date Worked]>=$F$1)*(RLOFTracker[Date Worked]<=$G$1)*(RLOFTracker[CQ Agent]=A2)*(RLOFTracker[Interaction ID]))

Col A has the Employee Names, Col B is where I have the above formula, Col F & G holds the dates.

I have a table that's holding the Interactions each employee had on a specified date.  I need to count the number of Interactions an Employee had between a date range
EE-CountIF-Multiple-Criteria.xlsx
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Question by:"Abys" Wallace
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leptonka earned 2000 total points
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Hi,
If you would like to count, you do not need the number of interactions:

=SUMPRODUCT((RLOFTracker[Date Worked]>=$F$1)*(RLOFTracker[Date Worked]<=$G$1)*(RLOFTracker[CQ Agent]=A2))

or if you are not sure the ID is filled or not:
=SUMPRODUCT((RLOFTracker[Date Worked]>=$F$1)*(RLOFTracker[Date Worked]<=$G$1)*(RLOFTracker[CQ Agent]=A2)*(RLOFTracker[Interaction ID]<>""))

Cheers,
Kris
=SUMPRODUCT((RLOFTracker[Date Worked]>=$F$1)*(RLOFTracker[Date Worked]<=$G$1)*(RLOFTracker[CQ Agent]=A2))

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by:Steve
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Is the attached what you were looking for: Using COUNTIFS

=COUNTIFS(RLOFTracker[CQ Agent],Sheet1!A2,RLOFTracker[Date Worked],">="&Sheet1!$F$1,RLOFTracker[Date Worked],"<="&Sheet1!$G$1)
EE-CountIF-Multiple-Criteria.xlsx
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by:"Abys" Wallace
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Works great!  Thank you leptonka
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