Countif

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Is there a way of counting a specific word in a column but not count the word if it's in a coloured cell?
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if color is given by conditional formatting you can use the same condition in COUNTIFS formula. otherwise there is no formula to get cell color. the only way is to create a table with filter and try to count with aggregate