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Hello,

I am trying to create date properties that are automatically filled. I have a state property with 3 possibilities :"Started", "In Progress" and "Done". I would like to know at which time my task has been started, in progress and done. So far I can easily represent the date when the task was created ("Started") and the date the task was done ("Done" via last edited property). But I would like to know when my task was In progress. I have a formula that returns the now() date when the status is set to "In Progress". It's working perfectly BUT my problem is that the formula runs non-stop so the date changes every minute. What I would like to do is to fix this date value once it is filled. For example what I have in mind is : if property is empty and Status = In Progress set date to now(), if property is not empty then do nothing.

Do you know if there is a way to do that ?

Thank you very much !

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otibmit commented

I basically had the same question in may.

https://notionanswers.com/2061/record-date-status-change-without-resetting-change-status

I am wondering if anything has changed with the new project's update in notion.

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polle commented

Nothing has changed, the answer it is still the same as below and as the one in your question.

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polle Points68650

You can't get the time another Notion property was updated using a formula, it may be possible using something like Make or Zapier to automate the process adding the current moment when the change happens.

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