**Note:**This article is a library of all the current available formulas. If you are looking for explanation on how to use it, check out this article 😊

**FORMULA FIELD REFERENCE**

Column names with multiple words should be wrapped in **braces**: SUM({apples},{oranges})

Formulas may include **parentheses** () to change the order of operations: (Apples + Oranges) / Guests

**AVAILABLE COLUMNS**

Text, Status, Person, Numbers, Date, Rating, Vote, Check, Country, Creation Log, time tracking.

**FUNCTIONS**

**Text functions**

**Function: CONCATENATE**

Description: This operator concatenate text values into a single text value

Example: CONCATENATE(“I”,”love”,”monday.com”) => Ilovemonday.com

**Function: UPPER**

Description: Convert a specified string to uppercase

Example: UPPER(“monday.com”) => MONDAY.COM

**Function: LOWER**

Description: Converts a specified string to lowercase

Example: LOWER("Some STRING") => "some string"

**Function: TEXT**

Description: Formats the given value based on the given text format

Example: TEXT(8500.6,"$#,##0.00") => $8,500.60

**Function: REPLACE**

Description: Replaces a part of a string with the new string.

Example: REPLACE("Goat",1, 2,"Fl") => "Flat"

**Function: SUBSTITUTE**

Description: Replace text in a given text string by matching.

Example: SUBSTITUTE("goodmorning", "morning", "night") => goodnight

**Function: SEARCH**

Description: Searches a string within another string

Example: IF(SEARCH("love", "I love monday", 1) > 0, "Exist", "Not") => "exist"

**Function: LEFT**

Description: Extracts a given number of characters from the left side.

Example: LEFT("monday.com", 3) => mon

**Function: RIGHT**

Description: Extracts a number of characters from the right side of a given text string.

Example: RIGHT("monday", 3) => day

**Function: LEN**

Description: Returns the amount of characters of a given text string.

Example: LEN("hello") => 5

**Function: REPT**

Description: Repeats a string a given number of times.

Example: REPT("monday",3) =>mondaymondaymonday

**Function: TRIM**

Description: Removes all spaces from a string except for single spaces between words.

Example: TRIM(" I love MDY ") => "I love MDY"

**Logical functions**

**Function: AND**

Description: Checks if all the given logical conditions are true and if sop returns true

Example: AND(3>1, 4>2) => True

**Function: OR**

Description: Returns true if any one of the argument is true

Example: OR(3 >10, 4>2) => True

**Function: XOR**

Description: Returns a logical exclusive Or of all the arguments

Example: XOR(3>0, 2>9) => True

**Function: IF**

Description: Checks if a condition is met. If so, returns the first value, otherwise returns the other

Example: IF({some columns}>100, “big deal”,”small deal”)

**Function: EXACT**

Description: Compares two values, returns true if they are the same and false if they are different.

Example: EXACT({Status},{Status})) =>TRUE

**Numeric functions**

**Function: SUM**

Description: Sums up all the given numbers

Example: SUM(2,3,8) => 13

**Function: MINUS**

Description: Difference of two numbers

Example:MINUS(5,3) => 2

**Function: MULTIPLY**

Description: Product of two numbers

Example:MULTIPLY(5,2) => 10

**Function: DIVIDE**

Description: One number divided by another

Example: DIVIDE(10,5) => 2

**Function: AVERAGE**

Description: Returns the average of the given numbers

Example: AVERAGE(1,2,3) => 2

**Function: COUNTS**

Description: Counts the number of numerical items

Example: COUNT(1,2,"a") =>2

**Function: ROUND**

Description: Rounds a number to a specific number of digits

Example: ROUND(1.123456, "2) => 1.12

**Function: MOD**

Description: Returns the remainder of the division of the given number in the divisor

Example:MOD(10,3) => 1

**Function: ROUNDUP**

Description: Always rounds a number up

Example: ROUNDUP(1.1,0) => 2

**Function: ROUNDDOWN**

Description: Always rounds a number down

Example: ROUNDDOWN(1.1,0) => 1

**Function: LOG**

Description: Gets the algorithm of a number

Example: LOG (16,2) => 4

**Function: MIN**

Description: Returns the smallest value from a set of data

Example: MIN(1,3,5,9) => 1

**Function: MAX**

Description: Returns the largest value from a set of data

Example: MAX(1,3,5,9) => 9

**Function: SQRT**

Description: Positive square root of a positive number

Example:SQRT(9) => 3

**Function: POWER**

Description: A number raised to a power

Example: POWER(2,3) => 8

**Function: ABS**

Description: Returns the absolute value of a given number

Example: ABS(-1) = 1

**Date and time functions**

**Function: TODAY**

Description: Gets the current date

Example: TODAY() =>05.07.2018

**Function: DATE**

Description: Returns the value for the given parameters

Example: DATE(2018,5,30) => Wed May 30 2018

**Function: DAYS**

Description: Returns the number of days between the two dates

Example: DAYS({end date column name, start date column name}) => diff between dates in days

**Function: YEAR**

Description: Returns the year of a given date.

Example: YEAR({created at}) => 2018

**Function: MONTH**

Description: Returns the month of a given date.

Example: MONTH({created at}) => 7

**Function: WEEKNUM**

Description: Returns the yearly week number of a given date.

Example: WEEKNUM({created at}) => 42

**Function: DAY**

Description: Returns the day of the month of a given date.

Example: DAY({created at}) => 31

**Function: HOUR**

Description: Returns the hour as a number from 0 (12:00 A.M.) to 23 (11:00 P.M.).

Example: HOUR(NOW()) => 23 (in case it's 23:00 - 23:59 o'clock now)

**Function: MINUTE**

Description: Returns the minute as a number from 0 to 59.

Example: MINUTE(NOW()) => 10 (in case it's 23:10 now)

**Function: SECOND**

Description: Returns the second as a number from 0 to 59.

Example: SECOND(NOW()) => 1 (in case it's 23:00:01 now)

**Constants**

**Function: PI**

Description: PI value (3.14159)

Example: PI() => 3.14159

**Function: TRUE**

Description: Logical true value

Example: IF(3>5 = TRUE, “a”,”b”) => “b”

**Function: FALSE**

Description: Logical false value

Example: IF(3>5 = “FALSE”, “a”, “b”)=> “a”

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