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How can i combine 2 formulars? (OPEN)

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5 - Automation Enthusiast

i will combine:
LEN({Long Text})
+
IF(LEN({Long Text})>280, “ :x: Over Limit”, “ :white_check_mark: Under Limit”)

The result should be: example: 150 :white_check_mark: Under Limit

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16 - Uranus

Put an ampersand between the two formulas. I’ll assume you want to include a space between the number and the checkmark/X so in this case you would add `& " " &`:

`LEN({Long Text}) & " " & IF(LEN({Long Text})>280, ":x:Over Limit", ":white_check_mark:Under Limit")`

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16 - Uranus

Put an ampersand between the two formulas. I’ll assume you want to include a space between the number and the checkmark/X so in this case you would add `& " " &`:

`LEN({Long Text}) & " " & IF(LEN({Long Text})>280, ":x:Over Limit", ":white_check_mark:Under Limit")`

5 - Automation Enthusiast

Thanks for the fast help!

5 - Automation Enthusiast

second question:
IF(LEN({Brand})<50 & >2000, “ :x: ”, “ :white_check_mark: ”& " " & LEN({Brand}) )

between it? how can i do that?

5 - Automation Enthusiast
• i will also mark as X when a specific word writte example: “FORBIDDEN”
16 - Uranus

Between what?

`IF(FIND("Forbidden", {Field Name}),":x:")`

5 - Automation Enthusiast

i mean between both values

example <50 and >100 then mark TRUE

5 - Automation Enthusiast

IF(LEN({Description})<10, IF(LEN({Description})>20, “ :white_check_mark: ”, “ :x: to long”), “ :x: to short”)
but this dont works

5 - Automation Enthusiast

i found the solution, but one last question?!
How can i create a list with forbidden words?
imagine a kind of Blacklisted words: shirt, hi, hello, test1, test2

IF(FIND(“shirt”, {Description}),“Error”)

16 - Uranus

`IF(OR(FIND("shirt",{Description}),FIND("hi",{Description}),FIND("hello",{Description})),"Error")`

Basically, repeat the `FIND()` portion of the formula within an `OR()` function.

5 - Automation Enthusiast

but i have 123 words for my blacklist and more then one row to check, is there any easier method?
thanks!

That sounds a View to me.

5 - Automation Enthusiast