Cell A = www.jira.com/
Cell B = P1-123
Cell C = Cell A & Cell B = www.jira.com/P1-123 = great!
However, then, I copy the formula down and this happens:
Cell B = P1-124
Cell C = Cell A & Cell B = www.jira.com/P1-124 = BUT - when I click edit hyperlink it shows P1-123 - is there a way to adjust the formula or equivalent so that is shows a link to www.jira.com/P1-124 instead of www.jira.com/P1-123??
In short, it displays at www.jira.com/P1-124 but when clicked goes to www.jira.com/P1-123.
Is there a way to solve this without VBA?
My current formula is:
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Figured this out using YouTube. Used the following formula:
=IF(C55<>"",HYPERLINK(CONCATENATE("https://www.jira.com/",[Jira Id]), "https://www.jira.com"&[Jira Id),"")