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    Default Evenly assign workload to available employees following priority

    Hello! I have a spreadsheet with a list of items each day pertaining to cases employees work. Each case has an assigned owner but cases pile up and need to be evenly distributed.


    Iíve attached a dumbed down version of my spreadsheet without sensitive information.


    I need to assign the list evenly amongst the available employees (for example this is located on a separate worksheet but I may change this to be a user form with checkboxes at a later date).


    -Clients with multiple cases should be assigned to the same user regardless of if it would put them over the evenly distributed amount.
    -Late Stage cases should always go to the case owner if available and if they havenít reached the evenly distributed number.
    -Cases over $500 would follow in priority.
    the sample is here:

    http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php...26403251717312


    Example and priority list is on another worksheet for reference. If user 1 is available and has 30 late stage cases and thereís 5 available users and 100 cases, user 1 should get 20 late stage cases of their own. Sorry if this is a bit confusing but Iím rattling my brain on how to accomplish this!


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    Default Re: Evenly assign workload to available employees following priority

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