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## Conditional column

Hello!

Let's see if anyone can help me. I tell you:

I have a column named STEPNAME and another STATECODENAME.

I need to create a conditional column that meets the following:

1. [Statecodename] = "Won" ----> "Earned"

2. [Statecodename] = "Lost" ----> "Lost"

3. [Statecodename] = "Open" and [Stepname] = "3" ----> "Qualified"

4. [Statecodename] = "Open" and [Stepname] = "4" ----> "Qualified"

5. [Statecodename] = "Open" and [Stepname] = "5"----> "Qualified"

I had tried this formula, but the "Qualified" returns them to me as null and it is not correct:

else if [statecodename] = "Perdida" then "Perdida"

else if [statecodename] = "Abierta" & [Stepname] = "3" then "Cualificada"

else if [statecodename] = "Abierta" & [Stepname] = "4" then "Cualificada"

else if [statecodename] = "Abierta" & [Stepname] = "5" then "Cualificada"

else null)

I need this conditional column to put as a legend on a chart.

How can I make a formula that fulfills all this and that I get in a column those that are WON, LOST and QUALIFIED?

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Solution Sage

Hi,

The following calculated column logic works:

`Calculated Col = IF( Statecode[Statecodename] = "Won", "Won",  IF(Statecode[Statecodename] = "Lost", "Lost",  IF(Statecode[Statecodename] = "Open" && Statecode[Stepname] = 3, "Qualified",  IF(Statecode[Statecodename] = "Open" && Statecode[Stepname] = 4, "Qualified", IF(Statecode[Statecodename] = "Open" && Statecode[Stepname] = 5, "Qualified", "Null")))))`

Below is the returned results with some dummy data.

2 REPLIES 2
Community Support

I think johncolley's answer is correct, here is a more concise method by the way.

``````Calculated Col =
SWITCH (
Statecode[Statecodename],
"Won", "Won",
"Lost", "Lost",
"Open",
IF ( Statecode[Stepname] = 3 || [Stepname] = 4 || [Stepname] = 5, "Qualified" )
)
``````

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Yalan Wu
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Solution Sage

Hi,

The following calculated column logic works:

`Calculated Col = IF( Statecode[Statecodename] = "Won", "Won",  IF(Statecode[Statecodename] = "Lost", "Lost",  IF(Statecode[Statecodename] = "Open" && Statecode[Stepname] = 3, "Qualified",  IF(Statecode[Statecodename] = "Open" && Statecode[Stepname] = 4, "Qualified", IF(Statecode[Statecodename] = "Open" && Statecode[Stepname] = 5, "Qualified", "Null")))))`

Below is the returned results with some dummy data.

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