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HI @Role21,

The DateDiff formula will not work on Formula fields, because formula fields do not accept SQL subqueries. If you want to download the records as an excel file, you can do that via report DataPage.  You just need to enable the download options as Excel. It will also include the values from calculated fields.

You may check this sample Report.

 

-JolliBeng

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On 6/22/2019 at 10:54 PM, JolliBeng said:

HI @Role21,

The DateDiff formula will not work on Formula fields, because formula fields do not accept SQL subqueries. If you want to download the records as an excel file, you can do that via report DataPage.  You just need to enable the download options as Excel. It will also include the values from calculated fields.

You may check this sample Report.

 

-JolliBeng

Hi there, I think Datediff formulas does work on formula fields, except if you are using GetDate().

Datediff will work if the dates are deterministic (static). So if you're just computing for how many minutes were spent between start time and end time, DateDiff(minutes, starttime, endtime) should work in the Formula datatype. 

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