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Google sheet's NETWORKDAYS.INTL Method supposes to calculate number of working days between two given dates, and consider weekends and holidays.
I use this method a lot in my functions, but today I noticed a change in the method, the formula used to return one when entering the same date for both start and end dates:

Example:

=NETWORKDAYS.INTL(DATE(2022,8,31),DATE(2022,8,31),"0000000")

The formula above used to return 1 meaning there is one working days between August 31 and August 31, but not anymore!! as it returning 0 like the method days!

Anyone noticed that yet? and do you have a replacement for this method?

Thanks

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  • Welcome! Another function with the same problem
    – JohnSUN
    Aug 31 at 14:43
  • @JohnSUN hope they fix it soon.
    – Sarah
    Sep 1 at 7:31
  • I would also like to hope so, but I'm afraid it will not be soon. Firstly, I did not find a way to shout to the developers about this bug, and they themselves are unlikely to read our correspondence here. Secondly, this bug will need to be fixed in a way that does not break the many existing user tables that used these functions and made their own corrections to fix the bug - this can take a very long time.
    – JohnSUN
    Sep 1 at 7:53
  • I already reported it to them yesterday, but I don't believe they'll respond soon, Currently am using the solution from the link you shared, and it fixed my functions, but I have to keep observing it since they might fix it and reverse my work again.
    – Sarah
    Sep 1 at 8:42
  • @JohnSUN they fixed it!
    – Sarah
    Sep 4 at 6:17

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