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IS_AFTER problem, how to work around a single text value

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Trying to automate adding/remove users from systems. Working fine… except I can’t understand how to get a “forever” value to return “KeepUser” while using this formula.
IF(IS_AFTER({Time math}, {Now}),“KeepUser”, “RemoveUser”)

My select values are all numbers, except “forever”. I’d like to keep it as a text option, but I’m not sure how to get around this in a formula?

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Give this a try:

IF({Length of Time} = "forever", "KeepUser", IF(IS_AFTER({Time Math}, {Now}),"KeepUser", "RemoveUser"))

Here’s the field definition:

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Give this a try:

IF({Length of Time} = "forever", "KeepUser", IF(IS_AFTER({Time Math}, {Now}),"KeepUser", "RemoveUser"))

Here’s the field definition:

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