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Google Sheets: How to Use COUNTIF with Multiple Ranges The COUNTIFS () function in Google Sheets can be used to count the number of rows in a spreadsheet that meet multiple criteria. This function uses the following syntax: COUNTIFS (criteria_range1, criterion1, criteria_range2, criterion2, …)How to count countifs with multiple criteria in the same range?
Countifs with Multiple Criteria in Same Range in Google Sheets. The use of Countifs with multiple criteria in the same range differs in Google Sheets and Excel. In this tutorial, you can learn that usage. Actually, in Google Sheets, you can use Query as Countifs alternative which is far better to count and handle criteria.How do I use the countif function in Google Sheets?
Google Sheets immediately understands that we are going to enter a formula. As soon as you type the letter "C", it will prompt you to choose a function that begins with this letter. Select "COUNTIF". The first argument of COUNTIF is represented by the following range: D6:D16.How do I Count the number 40 in Google Sheets?
Fire up Google Sheets and open a spreadsheet with data you want to count. Click on an empty cell and type =COUNTIF(<range>,<criterion>) into the cell or the formula entry field, replacing <range> and <criterion> with the range of data to count and the pattern to test, respectively. It should look something like this: =COUNTIF(F2:I11,"<=40")