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Reporting Question: Calculated field taking in two different fields for one response (nested IF statements, plus an additional value field)

Level 4

We have a request to produce one report that shows the following items:

Global Campaigns, Global Products, Region A, Region B, Region C

Value 1 = Region field with a dropdown of Global, Region A, Region B, Region C

Value 2 = Prioritization field that shows what the category they fall under.

So the desired end result for the calculated field would be: IF(Region="Global" AND Prioritization="Campaign","Global Campaign",IF(Region = A, "All A",""))

Desired result would look like this:

GLOBAL Campaign

GLOBAL Product

All A

All B

All C

How do I write out an "and" statement to pull two different values for one result within my nested IF statements?

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I think I've found the answer - and that I'd use a condition operator: &&

So IF(Region="Global"&&Prioritization="Campaign","Global Campaign",IF(Region=A,"All A",""))

Just wanted to follow up in case anyone else needs this type of thing. 😊

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Correct answer by
Level 4

I think I've found the answer - and that I'd use a condition operator: &&

So IF(Region="Global"&&Prioritization="Campaign","Global Campaign",IF(Region=A,"All A",""))

Just wanted to follow up in case anyone else needs this type of thing. 😊

Level 10

Huzzah! Well done, Heather!

Oddly enough, I was just looking at a different && example a couple of hours ago, but failed to make the connection that it could also work in your case. Glad you got it going!

Regards,

Doug

Administrator

I echo Doug's congratulations and thank you for sharing your solution! I'm 100% sure someone else will want to know how to do this in the future!