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TimoMigchielsen
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Other option than countrows

Hello!

For my application I have a ticket system with a certain status. I have a dashboard where you can see how many tickets there are for each status. 


Looks like this:
https://gyazo.com/a1b79e3adbc25130af0a0d324122e196

I used excel in the first place but because I need to use more than 2000 rows for my filter, I want to use sharepoint. How can I make this formula work without having a deligation error?

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After a few years the status with "all" will have more than 2000 rows. But I simply do not like to see the error. But if there is no other way to do this, I guess it will be fine.

@mdevaney 

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mdevaney
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@TimoMigchielsen 

Are you going to have more than 2,000 tickets in any specific status at once?  If no, you can safely ignore the delegation limit.

 

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After a few years the status with "all" will have more than 2000 rows. But I simply do not like to see the error. But if there is no other way to do this, I guess it will be fine.

@mdevaney 

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