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## Is it possible to setup conditional formatting based on comparing two values from different columns?

Using the below table as a reference, I'm wanting to setup up conditional formatting so that the "Sum of Negative Reviews" column is dependent on several percentage thresholds related to the "Sum of Reviews" column (see ratings scale on attached image). For example if the "Sum of Reviews" is 55 and the "Sum of Negative Reviews" is 10, the background color should turn yellow because it falls between 9% and 21% of 55, which is a range of 4.95 and 11.55.  Any feedback is appreciated. Thank you.

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Super User

@SHicks216 , Prefer measure, You can use a measure that returns color based on condition and use that in conditional formatting using the field value option

example

Measure =
Switch(true(),
max(Table[status]) = "In production" , Switch(true(),
[SLA] = 1 , "Green" ,
[SLA] >= .5 , "Amber" ,
"Red "
) ,
max(Table[status]) = " Product completed" , Switch(true(),
[SLA] = 1 , "Green" ,
[SLA] >= .5 , "Amber" ,
"Red "
)
)

Measure =
Switch(true(),
max(Table[status]) = "In production" , "Red" ,
max(Table[status]) = " Product completed" , "Green" ,
"blue "
)

Super User

@SHicks216 , Prefer measure, You can use a measure that returns color based on condition and use that in conditional formatting using the field value option

example

Measure =
Switch(true(),
max(Table[status]) = "In production" , Switch(true(),
[SLA] = 1 , "Green" ,
[SLA] >= .5 , "Amber" ,
"Red "
) ,
max(Table[status]) = " Product completed" , Switch(true(),
[SLA] = 1 , "Green" ,
[SLA] >= .5 , "Amber" ,
"Red "
)
)

Measure =
Switch(true(),
max(Table[status]) = "In production" , "Red" ,
max(Table[status]) = " Product completed" , "Green" ,
"blue "
)