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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1PlPmShZ4SnkxAqBTg5xY_LHaNokGaFli4Wc7MjV_Jqo/edit?usp=sharing

I want to count how many paid is for city MB and then how many paid is for city UB.

I tried to use COUNTIFS and =COUNTA((QUERY(C4:C42, "select D where D='paid' and C='MB'", 0))) but I cannot make it work.

Somebody got an idea?

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Since you have already tried the query solution, please use these two formulas:

in cell B2:

=query(D6:E10, "select count(D) where D='paid' and E='MB' label count(D) ''")

in cell D2:

=query(D6:E10, "select count(D) where D='paid' and E='UB' label count(D) ''")

You can read more about how the QUERY function works in the help center.

Note: In the end of the formula we use label count(D) ''. That translates to "take the label of the results in column D and replace it with nothing. Try omitting that part of the formula and see what happens ".

  • works perfectly. Thank you..... Would you know how to get rid of #N/A if there is no data, no match? – Radek Oct 9 at 5:48
  • I don't see why it would give you #N/A. If there is no data/match the query would have a red line under it saying "Query completed with an empty output". You must be referring to a different formula. Please share a link and maybe start another question. In any case the usual way is to use IFERROR. – marikamitsos Oct 9 at 6:19
  • this is exactly what I want =IFERROR(query(D5:EG113, "select count(E) where E='UB' label count(E) ''"),"") – Radek Oct 9 at 13:25

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