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FelippeAzevedo7
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Life Time between creation date and today (format dd:hh:mm).

Hello All

 

I would like to ask for support because I need to create a column to share the ticket lifetime from creation to today().

I know how to do it in Excel but I can't do it in Power BI.

I can share the lifetime in days or in hous, or in minutes, but not the full details: XX days, xx hours, and xx minutes.

 

I use these formulas in Excel:

1. =INT(end-start)&" days "&TEXT(end-start,"h"" hrs ""m"" mins """)

2. =INT(SUMPRODUCT(ends-starts))&" days "&TEXT(SUMPRODUCT(ends-starts),"h"" hrs ""m"" mins """)

 

I created these formulas in power bi:

 

1. Column = INT(rawdata[Life Time (Days)]) &" Days " & INT(MOD(rawdata[Life Time (Days)],INT(rawdata[Life Time (Days)]))*24) & " Hours and " & MINUTE(rawdata[Life Time (Days)]) & " Minutes"

2. 

Column 2 =
var vSeconds=[Life time in Seconds]
var vMinutes=int( vSeconds/60)
var vRemainingSeconds=MOD(vSeconds, 60)
var vHours=INT(vMinutes/60)
var vRemainingMinutes=MOD(vMinutes,60)
var vDays=INT(vHours/24)
var vRemainingHours=MOD(vHours,24)
return
  vDays&" Days & "&
  vRemainingHours&" Hours & "&
  vRemainingMinutes&" Minutes & "&
  vRemainingSeconds& " Seconds"

 

But both formulas are showing only the number of the days and not the all details

 

Many tks for the support.

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lbendlin
Super User
Super User

You can use the same approach as in Excel.

 

var a = End - Start

return INT(a) & " days " & FORMAT(a,"h") & " hours " & format(a,"m") & " minutes"

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Hello I will do it.

 

Many tks for the information.

View solution in original post

Hello

 

I used your idea and it worked properly. Many tks

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lbendlin
Super User
Super User

You can use the same approach as in Excel.

 

var a = End - Start

return INT(a) & " days " & FORMAT(a,"h") & " hours " & format(a,"m") & " minutes"

Hello

 

I used your idea and it worked properly. Many tks

Hello I will do it.

 

Many tks for the information.

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