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Nested Sharepoint Statement

Posted on 2016-08-19
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I have two date columns in a sharepoint list.  I need to create a nested formula that will mark either -
"Open", Pending Open" or "Closed"  (see attached file)

So I have three different scenarios to add to the formula.  I am fine creating a formula for two different but not three.

Thanks for your help!
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Question by:vpopper
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by:Tim Edwards
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Can you please add the attachment
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by:Shaun Kline
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Try using a nested IF statement:
=IF([@[Date Completed]]<>"", "Closed", IF([@[Effective Date]]<>"", "Pending Open", "Open"))
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by:vpopper
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Getting error...is there something missing ?
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Shaun Kline earned 500 total points (awarded by participants)
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Try without the @ symbols. That formula was built using the spreadsheet.

=IF([Date Completed]<>"", "Closed", IF([Effective Date]<>"", "Pending Open", "Open"))
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by:vpopper
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Works Great!  Thanks
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by:Shaun Kline
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Glad to hear it. Don't forget to close out the question so the answer provided can become part of the EE knowledge base.
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by:Shaun Kline
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Per the author of the question, the provided solution "works great".
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