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Removing NaN from DATETIME-DIFF

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Kasey_Sheeran
4 - Data Explorer
4 - Data Explorer

I’ve found similar forums, but when I try to apply what I’m seeing to my table it’s not working so I’m missing something obvious :woozy_face:

Looking to have this formula DATETIME_DIFF(Completion, KickOff, ‘days’) only run when the completion and kickoff fields are filled out to avoid the NaN result.

Appreciate any help!

Kasey

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AlliAlosa
10 - Mercury
10 - Mercury

Great question :slightly_smiling_face: I always advise wrapping calculations dealing with dates with an IF() statement to avoid errors/a result of NaN. In the case of DATETIME_DIFF(), you’ll want to use AND(), as well.

Try this:

IF(AND({Completion}, {Kick Off}), DATETIME_DIFF({Completion}, {Kick Off}, 'days'))