Count unique, non-hidden cells only


New Member
Aug 15, 2012
I have a column with names of products, some of which appear multiple times. As I apply filters in other columns to my data, I want to be able to count the number of unique, non-hidden names that remain with a formula. Is there any way to do this so that the number of unique non-hidden names updates itself each time I change the filter settings?

Thank you! I'm a first-time poster, though I've used existing threads in the past for help. Any help would be greatly apprecited.

Gary's Student

Well-known Member
Aug 4, 2012
Say we have data in column A from A2 thru A100 and the data is filtered. To count the visible uniques in column A, use:
This is an array formula that must be entered with CNTRL-SHFT-ENTER rather than just the ENTER key
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