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EZam86
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Power Query EndDate-StartDate > 2 years

Hi,

 

I have a Power Query which produces an expanded list of information and in that information I have dates from the start and end date columns in my table. Im trying to creat a formula to work and I cant figure out how.

 

if EndDate - StarDate > 2 years if yes then mark column G as continue else - start

 

This means that the end date and Start date is greater than 2 years if yes then mark or edit a specific column as Continue or Start 

 

Any ideas greatly appreciated!

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vgarciasouza
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an you create a custom column with the formula:

 

if Duration.Days([endDate] - [startDate]) > (365 * 2) then "continue" else "start"

 

and then filter the ones that you need.

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vgarciasouza
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an you create a custom column with the formula:

 

if Duration.Days([endDate] - [startDate]) > (365 * 2) then "continue" else "start"

 

and then filter the ones that you need.

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