Hi, I’m setting up a budget board based on the original setup I had in excel. Now I’m stuck on a formula I can’t figure out.
I need help with a formula that can solve this "If dropdown label is xx or xx or xx (i have a lot of this “or” that needs to be in here), then collect the number from anther formula row (in the same line) and multply it with 3%.
Can someone help?
Hi @Maria.Kathinca - you can use the following formula (you will just need to substitute your column names/options). This is saying if the Dropdown Label is A or B then take the Formula column and multiply by 3%, else set the value to 0.
Hope this helps!
I think I didn’t explained this well enough, sorry for that! I’ll try again.
The dropdown label is not a number but text. So this is what I need:
- If “dropdown label” is “A” or “B” then multiply “formula column 1” with 3%.
If it’s relevant the “formula column 1” that I need to multiply with 3% is set up with an easy “colum 2 minus colum 3” formula.
Do you understand what I mean here?
Hi @Maria.Kathinca - I think that’s exactly what I supplied is it not?
You’re right! My bad, it worked now. Thanks a lot