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Phil_Seamark Super Contributor
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Re: sumx question

Hi @MP_123

 

If you are using my Calculated Table approach, then I think the total should be easy, as it will just be the SUM of the "Count of Target Date" column from the new table.

 

Which should give you 1 for the first inference, 2 for the 2nd and a total of 3


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Re: sumx question

yes but i need to add to this table more columns that affects filtering and calculations, so the count of targetdate problem will be the same Smiley Sad

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