Formula to Count Unique Values in Column based on Date Ranges in Another

jonnycuest

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Hello,

I am looking to count unique values in 1 column with criteria that involves date ranges from TODAY()-30 and TODAY() in another column.

Unique Values in Column D:D
Date Ranges in Column V:V which need to fall between TODAY()-30 and TODAY

I can't figure out how to get both of these working together in one formula.

Thank you!
 

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What version of Excel are you using?
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jonnycuest

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Thanks Fluff,

I mostly just need to know how to count how many unique email addresses there are between a date range using the TODAY()-30 and TODAY ranges:

Ex. ('B:B">="&TODAY()-30,'B:B"<="&TODAY())
 

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Those "dates" look to be text, are they?
 

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OK, how about
+Fluff 1.xlsm
ABC
1EmailCreated At
2jonnycuest@.com2021-06-19 23:22:58 UTC3
3johndavidpetersen@.com2021-06-20 15:11:30 UTC
4johndpetersen82@.com2021-06-22 01:05:38 UTC
5jonnycuest@.com2021-06-23 20:05:23 UTC
6johndavidpetersen@.com2021-06-29 01:12:56 UTC
7johndpetersen82@.com2021-06-29 04:05:31 UTC
8jonnycuest@.com2021-06-30 14:43:49 UTC
9johndavidpetersen@.com2021-07-01 00:16:42 UTC
10johndpetersen82@.com2021-07-02 05:30:55 UTC
Data
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
C2C2=ROWS(UNIQUE(FILTER(A2:A10,(LEFT(B2:B10,10)+0>TODAY()-30)*(LEFT(B2:B10,10)+0<TODAY()))))
 

jonnycuest

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OK, how about
+Fluff 1.xlsm
ABC
1EmailCreated At
2jonnycuest@.com2021-06-19 23:22:58 UTC3
3johndavidpetersen@.com2021-06-20 15:11:30 UTC
4johndpetersen82@.com2021-06-22 01:05:38 UTC
5jonnycuest@.com2021-06-23 20:05:23 UTC
6johndavidpetersen@.com2021-06-29 01:12:56 UTC
7johndpetersen82@.com2021-06-29 04:05:31 UTC
8jonnycuest@.com2021-06-30 14:43:49 UTC
9johndavidpetersen@.com2021-07-01 00:16:42 UTC
10johndpetersen82@.com2021-07-02 05:30:55 UTC
Data
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
C2C2=ROWS(UNIQUE(FILTER(A2:A10,(LEFT(B2:B10,10)+0>TODAY()-30)*(LEFT(B2:B10,10)+0<TODAY()))))
thank you!!! is there any way to include ISNA to print 0 if no data is available?
 

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How about
Excel Formula:
=IFERROR(ROWS(UNIQUE(FILTER(A2:A10,(LEFT(B2:B10,10)+0>TODAY()-1)*(LEFT(B2:B10,10)+0<TODAY())))),0)
 
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