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Make a formula return "true" if...?

A specific date that does not depend on a property is equal to the current date. I would appreciate your help, please.

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polle Points79930

Not completely sure what you are trying to do. To know if a date is equal to today you can use the following Notion formula.

formatDate(prop("Date"), "MMM DD, YYYY") == formatDate(now(), "MMM DD, YYYY")

That will show checkboxes and the one for today will be checked automatically.

Hope that helps.


Elpepe commented

Hi thanks. I have a question, can't you put a date that does not depend on a column within a formula?


polle commented

You can, just add a date property and that is it. There are no dependencies at all.

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