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Formula help adding multiple totals to a progress bar.

My current progress bar formula is:

divide(prop(“Total 1”), prop(“Target”))

Which works to give me the progress of Total 1 in comparison to the target.

But, I want to add more Totals to be divided by the target. I can’t figure out the formula to do this.

I already have the remaining totals in the database so it is just a case of knowing how to add them into the formula.

Any help would be great!

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polle commented

Please add some context to understand the complete scenario.

How many columns, how it is calculated and what are you expecting as a result.

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Jacko234 commented

I am looking to do a yearly progress tracker for monthly goals. Each month has 5 goals.

So I have a table which has 12 columns, each relating to a different month (Jan - Dec). I then have the total completed for each month in a column and a column for target goals per year (60).

I’m trying to make a progress bar for the whole year but only know how to do it for one month:

divide (prop(“Jan Total”), prop( “Target Goals per year”))

I would like to add my feb - dec totals to the formula, all to be divided by the target goals per year.

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polle Points42420

A simple way to do it can be creating a new column using a Notion formula to sum all the months.

Just add all months like this:

prop("Jan Total") + prop("Feb Total") + prop("Mar Total") + Etc...

Then do the exactly the same you are already doing, but using the complete sum of the months the formula gives you.

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