Advanced filter and countif

Burt_100

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I have a database which currently has 1000 rows and expands by approx 15 each day, i want to be able to filter by date and count number of "Booked" entries in column G but pnly for thos date is there anyway i can do this?
 

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FDibbins

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Not sure you need to filter for this? Taker a look at using the =countifS() functions...
Assume Date is in A, "Booked" is in G...

=COUNTIFS(G:G,"Booked",A:A,"<>")
 

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