# Multivariable IF/AND formula for my personal CRM

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5 - Automation Enthusiast

Hello Airtable community!

I am struggling with a formula and thought I would put it here since you all never let me down :slightly_smiling_face:

I want the formula to produce the result overdue IF

• the contact’s sum of (“level of connection” and “Level of importance”) is greater than 5 and “Last Contact” is more than 180 Days
• The contact’s sum of (“level of connection” and “Level of importance”) is greater than 7 and “Last Contact” is more than 90 Days
-The contact’s sum of (“level of connection” and “Level of importance”) is greater than 8.9 and “Last Contact” is more than 30 Days

For reference here is what I currently have (Very far off)
IF(DATETIME_DIFF(TODAY(),{Last contact},‘days’)>90,“Overdue”)

THANK YOU !!!

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7 - App Architect

I would first create a formula field called “Days since contact” to simplify this (you can hide the field after). This formula will tell you the number of days since your {Last contact} date field:
`DATETIME_DIFF(TODAY(), {Last contact}, 'days')`

Then you can use an IF() statement with OR() to check is any of those these 3 conditions are true:

`IF( OR( AND({Days since contact}>180, {Level of connection} > 5, {Level of Importance} > 5), AND({Days since contact}>90, {Level of connection} > 7, {Level of Importance} > 7), AND({Days since contact}>30, {Level of connection} > 8.9, {Level of Importance} > 8.9) ), "Overdue")`

That should work as long as the fields are all titled correctly, and you create the new {Days since contact} field. Hope that works for you.

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7 - App Architect

I would first create a formula field called “Days since contact” to simplify this (you can hide the field after). This formula will tell you the number of days since your {Last contact} date field:
`DATETIME_DIFF(TODAY(), {Last contact}, 'days')`

Then you can use an IF() statement with OR() to check is any of those these 3 conditions are true:

`IF( OR( AND({Days since contact}>180, {Level of connection} > 5, {Level of Importance} > 5), AND({Days since contact}>90, {Level of connection} > 7, {Level of Importance} > 7), AND({Days since contact}>30, {Level of connection} > 8.9, {Level of Importance} > 8.9) ), "Overdue")`

That should work as long as the fields are all titled correctly, and you create the new {Days since contact} field. Hope that works for you.

5 - Automation Enthusiast

This did the trick. Thank you, Nick!