SharePoint calculated column nested IF statement tutorial

Writing IF conditional statements in SharePoint calculated column fields are not like you would write using a traditional programming language structure. In an earlier blog post (Fun with SharePoint Calculated Columns), I showed how to take a real-world example and create a complex nested IF formula.

has taken that blog post and created a step-by-step video tutorial of the process, which in my opinion, explains how to create complex SharePoint calculated column nested IF statements much better than I did. Check it out below! And check out all the great  that they offer.

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SharePoint calculated column nested IF statement tutorial

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