## Forum Discussion

Kirk-Anderson

Copper Contributor

Follow up question, our project (migration of data between 2 health systems with a 3 month gap) is generating a lot of issues, which the spreadsheet keeps a track of, these will be dealt with one the main project gets to 100%. This figure is a number, not a percentage, is there a similar formula you could come up with that would estimate completion date if the start date is in C103 and the number of issues is in C101? Thanks in advance.

HansVogelaar

Apr 12, 2023MVP

You have the start date in C103 and the number of issues in C101. What other info can we use? The number of issues resolved per day? The number of issues has been resolved up to today? Something else?

- Kirk-AndersonApr 12, 2023Copper ContributorI could calculate the number of completed migration tasks as opposed to ones that generated issues, as it's either or from a pick list. Would that do it?
- HansVogelaarApr 12, 2023MVP
I'm confused now. Could you provide an example of how you think the calculation should work (not an actual formula, but a description)?

- Kirk-AndersonApr 12, 2023Copper ContributorWhen you asked what other info can we use, I can give you your second option, the number of issues resolved up to today

So we have the start date in C103, the number of issues resolved in C106 and the number of outstanding issues in C107. Sorry for any confusion. Happy to be told it's not doable.