10-01-2019 10:34 PM
10-01-2019 10:34 PM
10-02-2019 03:09 AM
You want to count business and non-business hours.
I have developed a formula according to the conditions you require, please check in the attached sheet and let me know to have detailed description, if it solves your problem.
10-02-2019 06:11 AM
Thank you for your effort...
the point that most of the tickets were open between two dates,i.e:severaldays and different time schedule,
here is the required task showing below and the attached file have the data you may need to understand the process:
calculate the number of business and non-business hours accoarding to the table on the attached screenshoot (plz,make it configurable, not hardcoded as the time scheduling table may change, whereby the sum of business and non business hours should equal the difference between columns Q-P
10-02-2019 10:13 AMSolution
If add helper columns like this
not to harcode constants, the formula could be
=24*( IF( INT(Q2)-INT(P2)>2, NETWORKDAYS.INTL(P2+1,Q2-1,7),0 ) + IF( INT(Q2)=INT(P2), MIN(MOD(Q2,1),$AF$2)-MAX(MOD(P2,1),$AE$2), ($AF$2-MAX(MOD(P2,1),$AE$2))*(WEEKDAY(P2,15)>2) + MAX(MOD(Q2,1)-$AE$2,0)*(WEEKDAY(Q2,15)>2) ) )
result in hours (e.g. 1.5 hour, not 01:30)
10-02-2019 12:07 PM
Thanks a lot for your help,it is effective formula for the most of data but the problem now is when i tried to drag and drop the formula to the rest of data, in some cells it gives me #name! or #num! excel error as shown on the attached file, and on some cells like cell(Z3), the formula results ( in business hours> duration ), and that is not correct and therefore gives negative # of non business hours..
to solve the negativity problem i observed that this issue only happened when non business hours=0,so i can filter these cells and choose business hours = duration directly.
Thanks for your attention. I'm looking forward to your reply
10-02-2019 01:28 PM
Something strange, I opened the file you attached to the latest post and see no one #NAME! or #NUM! error. Calculations are also correct (at least Business Hours are less than Duration)
All negative results are -0.01 as at the bottom right of above screenshort. That's rounding error, you may entire formula for Non-Busiess hours as
=IF(<formula> <0, 0, <formula>)
I recalculate the sheet, please check attached again.
10-03-2019 06:38 AM
The formula works perfect.
Thanks a lot for your time and effort.
10-16-2019 01:57 AM - edited 10-20-2019 12:58 AM
If I want to exclude the official holidays from the business and non-business hours calculations, how I can exclude them without affecting the formula, I already defined the holidays at column AG as shown in the attached file.
what about if I added the optional parameter "Holidays" referes to dates that should be considered as non-work days"Holidays" in the NETWORKDAYS.INTL excel function , is it enough or should i do or edit more?
10-20-2019 01:12 AM