Timer to record times of different stages of process

Stevetron

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Hi,

I have a quality log that records pass fail data. If an item fails there is various different locations it will move to.

These locations are selected via a drop down list in column M.

I would like to automatically record the amount of time each location is selected in the cell.

For example - 'location 1' is selected then a day later 'location 2' is selected. How do I record the time this row spent at 'location 1'? (locations have different names on workbook)
 

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diddi

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you are going to have to timestamp every location for every item. i would use
Excel Formula:
=NOW()
then you can subtract one from the other
 

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