I have two fields, both filled with features. I want to see which features are repeated in both fields.
For example, I want a column that would tell me that ‘Feature2’ is in both columns of row 1 (record1), Feature3 and Feature4 are both in t...
So I have 3 groups (A, B, C) and I have features associated with each group. To put you in context, each participant (we had 5 participants in each group) had to associate 4 features to its group. So now I have a record for each group and wi...
OMG! It all makes perfect sense! That was VERY well explained! Thanks.
Where did you learn all this? Do you have secret ressources I could look in haha?
I know airtable has great documentation already… maybe I missed the best ones? OR you are just a ...
OH YESS!! Thanks @Jeremy_Oglesby it worked perfectly!
Just to make sure I understand well, Could you please explain why you added the &"" at the end of the lines starting with FIND?
Thank you so much for your help!
There are 12 features.The features won’t change.I am on the free trial right now which includes all the Pro features. I still have 8 days left so might as well take advantages of it! (but since it’s temporary, a formula might be be...
What if there is more than one item in the fields to compare?
How would your formula work if I wanted to add in a third column the features that are similar et columns 1 and 2? For instance, in the first record, I would see ‘F...