How to Sum the Frequency of column dependent on another column.


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Oct 26, 2019

I am trying to solve a problem I am have trying to add the days of shifts for multiple people but running into a issue it will correctly workout the number of shifts excluding dates that are the same but I need it read a repeating date if that person name is different.

I have all this information in a table with a slicer to choose the person and then a second slicer for a number against that person, there could be multiple numbers against the person, so I need the cell F9 to read the Person Name, Number, and Date of Shift and come back with a total days worked even if there is repeating dates for other persons.

This is the code I'm currently using
=SUM(IF(FREQUENCY(MonthlyExpenses16[Date of Shift],MonthlyExpenses16[Date of Shift])>0,1))
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