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Time in Status in Structure Formulas

lradomsk I'm New Here Nov 30, 2022

Hi,

Regarding structures and their formulas.

Is there a way to use "Time in Status" column value as a variable for formula calculations?

E.g. I want "Time in Status" to be multiplied by 2 and the result given in a dedicated column. 

I did not find a direct equivalent in Expr language reference but maybe there's some tricks to do that?

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Hello @lradomsk ,

At the moment it is not possible to reference Time in Status in another Formula.

We do have a task in our backlog related to this functionality and I have added your vote.  I will follow up with you as soon as there is an update to share.

Best,
David

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