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Rsanjuan Member
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Displaying rolling time frame using card visual

I am not sure how to make it so that if today is a date this week, to show the time frame for last week, assuming Sunday - Saturday is a week.

 

For example, here is how I am displaying 60 days from Today's date:

 

Meetings Hold60 = ([Today]-60)&"-"&([Today])

 

How would I display the time frame of last week:  July 17 - July 23?

 

When Today becomes Sunday, July 31st, the time frame of last week should change to July 24 - July 30.

 

Any ideas?

 

 

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Moderator v-caliao-msft
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Re: Displaying rolling time frame using card visual

@Rsanjuan

I am not sure how you would like to display rolling time frame with the card visual, but if you just want to show the last weekday as you described, then we could write the formula in the following format (Today() returns the value of 8/1/2016): 

Lastweekd = Today()-weekday(Today(), 1)-6 & " - " &today()-weekday(today(), 1) 

This would show the result in the following way: 

Capture.PNG

 

If you would like to format, then try the following formula: 

Lastweekf = FORMAT(today()-weekday(Today(), 1)-6,"mmmm dd") & " - " & FORMAT(today()-weekday(today(), 1),"mmmm dd") 

Capture1.PNG

 

Besides, regarding the Card visual, could you please share more details here?

 

Regards,

Charlie Liao

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Habib Established Member
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Re: Displaying rolling time frame using card visual

Please use below formula for a column.

 

Last Week = FORMAT(TODAY()-7,"mmm dd") & " - " & FORMAT(TODAY()-1,"mmm dd")
Moderator v-caliao-msft
Moderator

Re: Displaying rolling time frame using card visual

@Rsanjuan

I am not sure how you would like to display rolling time frame with the card visual, but if you just want to show the last weekday as you described, then we could write the formula in the following format (Today() returns the value of 8/1/2016): 

Lastweekd = Today()-weekday(Today(), 1)-6 & " - " &today()-weekday(today(), 1) 

This would show the result in the following way: 

Capture.PNG

 

If you would like to format, then try the following formula: 

Lastweekf = FORMAT(today()-weekday(Today(), 1)-6,"mmmm dd") & " - " & FORMAT(today()-weekday(today(), 1),"mmmm dd") 

Capture1.PNG

 

Besides, regarding the Card visual, could you please share more details here?

 

Regards,

Charlie Liao

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