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Having trouble with my IF and ELIF statements when using the advanced comparison feature

Hi,

I am trying to create an automation that updates the billing date based on whether the date is greater then the set billing date for each quarter and once that billing date occurs it generates a ticket and will auto update to the next quarterly billing date that has been set. 

However I have created a series of If and Elif statements that preform the comparison however only 1 of the Elif statements works even though the constraints for this statement are not met. I was wondering if there is perhaps a different way to implement elif statements.

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Trudy Claspill Community Leader Jun 21, 2021

Hello @Maya Jenkins 

Welcome to the community.

Can you please show us the details of the rule you have created? It is difficult to help you debug it if we don't have the details.

This is the formatting for the Automation created, the date for Term 1 is in January 2021, Term 2 is in April and Term 3 is in July. It keeps skipping over all of them and grabbing the last one which is a date in 2022

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