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I have two SUMIF formulas. Both do what I expect them to but I need to combine them together.

The first formula gets all values from Column I where a specific word (eg "Word") is written in Column F:

=sumif(F:F; "Word"; I:I)

The second formula gets all values from Column I where the dates in Column B are equal to or greater than January 1, 2024.

=sumif(B:B; ">=2024-01-01"; I:I)

I want to combine these two formulas. I tried several approaches from Google searches but keep getting errors saying that my attempt contains too many arguments.

How can I combine these two formulas?

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  • Try sumifs(). Mar 16 at 19:54
  • @doubleunary could you elaborate? Currently using Sheets as a last resort, so not well versed in it's syntax
    – A.bakker
    Mar 16 at 20:15
  • I added an answer. @doubleunary linked his comment to the relevant function support page as I have in my answer. If you have future similar syntax questions first review the relevant support page as they include both the syntax as well as real-world examples.
    – Blindspots
    Mar 16 at 21:01

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# Your Formula with SUMIFS 
=SUMIFS(I:I; F:F; "Word"; B:B; ">=2024-01-01")

SUMIFS Function

# Syntax
=SUMIFS(sum_range; criteria_range1; criterion1; [criteria_range2; ...]; [criterion2;‎ ...])

# North America
=SUMIFS(sum_range, ‎criteria_range1,‎ criterion1,‎ [criteria_range2,‎ ...],‎ [criterion2,‎ ...])

SUMIF Function

# Syntax
=SUMIF(range; criterion; [sum_range])

# North America
=SUMIF(range, criterion, [sum_range])
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    Found the issue, i used SUMIF instead of SUMIFS... the missing s is what was wrong.
    – A.bakker
    Mar 17 at 14:04

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