Comparing dates on Pivot tables?

vikadle1

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Hi All,
I have 2 columns on a pivottable that I want to compare. closed date and due date
I want to check if closed date is greater than due date.

Any ideas, on how to achieve this on a pivot table.
 

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Create a Calculated Field.

Go to the PivotTable-Analyze Ribbon > Calculations Group > Fields Icon. Select Calculated Field from the list of options.

Insert a Calculated Field such as =IF(Closed Date > Due Date, "Yes", "No")
 
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