Conditional Formatting not working for me

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4 - Data Explorer
4 - Data Explorer

I have a field that lists jobs as “open,” “closed complete” and “closed incomplete”. I would like to calculate the number of days for open jobs since they’ve been submitted.

Without conditional formatting, datetime_diff (today(), {date requested}, ‘days’ works.

When I try to add in a condition it doesn’t. I’ve tried multiple variations of this, but nothing seems to work.
=if({date requested} = “open”, ) (datetime_diff (today(), {date requested}, ‘days’

I’m sure it’s an additional/missing character issue, but if you can help, I’ll forever be in your debt.

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11 - Venus
11 - Venus

Yes. Shouldn’t the date field and the single select field be separate?
The formula would look like this.

IF({status}="open",DATETIME_DIFF(TODAY(), {date requested}, 'days'))

Progress in that the formula was accepted. But nothing is showing up for the records that have an “open” status.