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Shashi_Kant82
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Multiple dates in Multiple rows and columns with repeating IDs

Hi All,

 

I am having multiple dates in my table but they are on separate rows see below table.

 

Shashi_Kant82_0-1675955100663.png

I want to calculate how many percent orders are in order date  to approved stage, approved stage to ship stage and ship stage-delivered stage. also want to calculate the days difference between each stage. is there any way i can bring it in a single row? or any calculation which can be applied to get the output like below:-

Shashi_Kant82_1-1675955752690.png

Nos. in the screenshot are just for demo, TIA

 

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Shashi_Kant82
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@amitchandak Tried, But not working in this case

 

amitchandak
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Super User

@Shashi_Kant82 , You can use group by in power query to bring them in one row

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-query/group-by

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