Thank you!! That was exactly the problem. Do you know how I would add additional IF’s to this, so I can have it generate different dates for different ranges.

Here’s what I’m trying to do now, and it’s not working:

IF(

{Job Size} <= ‘10’,

DATEADD({Order Start Date}, 7, ‘days’),

IF(

{Job Size} < 30,

DATEADD({Order Start Date}, 14, ‘days’),

IF({Job Size} => 31,

DATEADD({Order Start Date}, 28, ‘days’)))

Basically, same thing as above (adding 7 days if {Job Size} is less than, or equal to, ‘10’), but now adding other outputs if {Job Size} is between ‘10’ & ‘20’ (output a date 14 days after {Order Start Date}), or if {Job Size} is ‘20’ or more, output a date that is 28 days after {Order Start Date}.

Does any of that make sense? lol

BTW, I realize some of the numbers in the formula I shared just now don’t match the numbers in my explanation, but the general idea was more of what I was trying to explain.