Missing the Excel formula and mathematic capabilities? Not to worry! We came up with the formula column just for this. This column allows you to make calculations with other columns. It goes from simple mathematical equation to more complex functions and formulas.

**How to add it?**

To add it, click on the + icon located on the top right of your board and select "column center".

Once in the center, select the option "**Formula**" as in the screenshot below:

Once your column added, click inside the column to add your formula.

**Can I add a unit for my formula?**

Yes you can 😊. You can add any unit before or after your formula. Here is how it works:

If you want your unit (let's say USD) to show after your formula, input your formula and then add & "$"

If you want your unit (let's say USD) to show before your formula, start with "$" & and then add your formula.

**Can I format my formula?**

You can format your result exactly the way you want it to look like by using the formula TEXT. Let's take an easy example: I have want to multiply 10 by 1250 and I want my number to show the following way: $12,500.00.

**Calculate the monthly commissions of each sales representative**

In this example, I want to calculate the total amount of commission made per employee per month in £.

**Calculate the monthly commissions with conditions**

Calculate if your employees are entitled to get a bonus. An employee can get a bonus only **IF** the "total sales" is higher than $350,000 **AND** **IF** the amount of deals is higher than 12.

**Calculate the monthly change % between two values**

I want to calculate the monthly change between the results of January and February.

**Calculate the roll-over budget**

Calculate the rollover budget (planned cost vs. actual cost) to see how much money you have left for a project.

**Calculate the total expenses of a project**

We are sending some of our employees to our NYC office and have a few expenses to take into consideration: the flights, the insurance, the hotel and the food expenses.

**Find if your total expenses are over budget or in budget**

My budget is $6500 per employee. I want to find out if the total amount I spent for each employee is in the budget or over it.

**Calculate a risk map for your investments**

Create a risk map to estimate if an investment is high risk, medium risk or low risk. For that we need two data: the risk impact and the probability of the event happening. You can then add a status column to categorize each type of investment.

**Calculate the average between several number columns**

In this example, we want to calculate the average of the grades for the last 4 weeks

**Get a value based on several conditions **

If the student got 80 or more at his test, the result is "Excellent". If the result is above 50, it is "good". If it is above 30, you"can do better". If the result is below 30, then it is "terrible".

**Cost calculation of a project**

I want to calculate the cost to perform a task based on the fee per hour and the total amount of hours

**Calculate the profit margin**

To calculate the profit margin of each of your project, you need three data: the revenue, the cost and the profit. From there, you apply the following formula:

**Keep Track of your inventory**

You can easily manage your inventory with monday.com. This example explains you how to calculate your current available stock and how much were sold in percentage.

**Keep Track of your shipments**

This simple formula allows you to keep track of your shipments and easily find out if they are good to go in transit. There are a few options to calculate it but the most frequently used one is the following:

**Get the number of days between two dates**

**Get the countdown between today and the due date of your project**

I want to know how many days remain until the due date of my task.

**Get a status according to the creation log of your tasks**

In this example, I want to see if my bug is urgent or if it can wait. If the bug has been added more than 7 days ago, then it is urgent, if not, it can wait.

If you have any further questions about the formula column please don't hesitate to reach out to our customer success team at support@monday.com! We are here for you 24/7.

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