I am trying to create an IF statement with 3 possible answers. I was able to do it in excel using this formula:
But I was wondering if there was a way to do it in Anaplan so I can use the conditional formating with text rather than numbers.
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you could use IF xxx THEN xx ELSE IF xxx THEN
But that is not very efficient!!
Do this instead:
1. Create a list containing the three entries (Support, Billable, Free). I'll call it Choices
2. Create a module dimensioned by 1. above (Choices) called Choice Attributes
3. Add a numeric line item called Formatting Number and enter 0, 1, -1 respectively
4. In your target module ensure that the line item containing ("C2"), is formatted to Choices, let's say it's called Choice Input
5. Your target line item then becomes Choice Attributes.Formatting Number[LOOKUP:Choice Input]
I hope that helps
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Imagine if you had 12+ conditions!
The lookup will avoid having to traverse through each condition to check what the answer is
We see a lot of very long IFs - unfortunately
One other pro-tip, when you do have to use IFs, is put the most common condition first