# 2 or More Multiple Select Formula

Hello! I am trying to figure out a formula to help me calculate a score for a multiple select field. For example, I have 6 different issues to choose from. If they select “no issues” I want the score to be “20”, if they select 1 of the issues, I want the score to be “5”, and if they select 2 or more of the issues, I want the score to be “0”. Is there a way to do this with a multiple select field? Thank you in advance!

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There is no direct formula to tell how many options are selected in a multiple select field, however, you can use a formula to calculate the number. Then you can use nested `IF` statements to convert the the number of options selected to your desired numeric value.

Note: this method will not work if any of the options include a comma.

``````IF(
{MultiSelectField} = BLANK(),
20,
IF(
LEN({MultiSelectField} & "") - LEN(SUBSTITUTE({MultiSelectField}, ",", "")) = 0,
5,
0
)
)
``````

If this formula solves your problem, please mark this post as a solution. If it does not, please post a screen capture so that we can see if there is something special about your use case.

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