Common Date Time formulas for Sharepoint – Calculated Fields

Get Week of the year
=DATE(YEAR([Start Time]),MONTH([Start Time]),DAY([Start Time]))+0.5-WEEKDAY(DATE(YEAR([Start Time]),MONTH([Start Time]),DAY([Start Time])),2)+1

First day of the week for a given date:
=[Start Date]-WEEKDAY([Start Date])+1

Last day of the week for a given date:
=[End Date]+7-WEEKDAY([End Date])

First day of the month for a given date:
=DATEVALUE(“1/”&MONTH([Start Date])&”/”&YEAR([Start Date]))

Last day of the month for a given year (does not handle Feb 29). Result is in date format:
=DATEVALUE (CHOOSE(MONTH([End Date]),31,28,31,30,31,30,31,31,30,31,30,31) &”/” & MONTH([End Date])&”/”&YEAR([End Date]))
Day Name of the week : e.g Monday, Mon
=TEXT(WEEKDAY([Start Date]), “dddd”)
=TEXT(WEEKDAY([Start Date]), “ddd”)

The name of the month for a given date – numbered for sorting – e.g. 01. January:

=CHOOSE(MONTH([Date Created]),”01. January”, “02. February”, “03. March”, “04. April”, “05. May” , “06. June” , “07. July” , “08. August” , “09. September” , “10. October” , “11. November” , “12. December”)

Get Hours difference between two Date-Time :
=IF(NOT(ISBLANK([End Time])),([End Time]-[Start Time])*24,0)

Date Difference in days – Hours – Min format : e.g 4days 5hours 10min :
DAY(Today)<DAY(Created))),1,0)&” years, “&MONTH(Today)-MONTH(Created)+IF(AND(MONTH(Today)
>=DAY(Created)),12,IF(AND(MONTH(Today)>MONTH(Created),DAY(Today)<DAY(Created)),-1)))&” months,
“&Today-DATE(YEAR(Today),MONTH(Today)-IF(DAY(Today)<DAY(Created),1,0),DAY(Created))&” days”

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  1. Henrik said,

    June 11, 2009 at 1:13 PM

    How can you extract the current month in MOSS e.g. if you want to make a birthdaylist of this month’s birthdays?

  2. July 5, 2009 at 7:46 PM

    Great tip. Some useful formulas there mate.
    Keep it up.

  3. João Cabrita said,

    July 17, 2009 at 3:56 PM

    Hey guys, I could not get this last formula to work in my project. So I came up with a solution that will get you the difference between a date (with time also) and correctly take care of some problems I saw in other solutions (for instance having less than a day in hours difference). Hope you will find it useful!

    =IF(HOUR([Ending Date])>HOUR([Starting Date]),DATEDIF([Starting Date],[Ending Date],”d”)&” days “&HOUR([Ending Date]-[Starting Date])&” hours “,(DATEDIF([Starting Date],[Ending Date],”d”)-1)&” days “& HOUR([Ending Date]-[Starting Date])&” hours “)&MINUTE([Ending Date]-[Starting Date])&” minutes”

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  5. JB said,

    August 5, 2009 at 2:15 PM


    great post; thanks for those formulas. I’ve made a slight edit to your “First day of the week” one to get it to use Monday as the first day of the week, even if given the following Sat or Sun, which I thought I’d post back incase it’s of use to anyone else (since just adding 2 instead of 1 didn’t work the way I’d hoped for weekends, and I didn’t want to overcomplicate the formula):

    =[Start Date]-WEEKDAY([Start Date],3)

    More info on this function can be found here:

    Thanks again,


  6. Catherine said,

    September 30, 2009 at 5:38 PM

    Our fiscal year runs from Oct.1 – Sept. 30. On Oct 1 we have to start renumbering items at 1 (ie. XX# 1-10; the 10 indicates the new fiscal year). I want to use [created date] if month = 01-09; and [created date] +1 if month = 10-12. How do I build that formula. HELP!!!!

    • Jill said,

      May 12, 2010 at 3:04 AM

      I would like to know if you ever got an answer to your question. I also would like to be able to assign items in a list to a fiscal year that isn’t Jan. 1.

  7. January 11, 2010 at 7:38 PM

    Hi, this year (2010) starts on a friday, therefore you can take away the +1 to get the actual weeknumer, another way will be to store a number for the starting day in this year and make an extension in the calculating.

  8. Alicia said,

    February 3, 2010 at 7:50 PM

    Is there a way to calculate the difference of a start date and current date?


  9. HyVong said,

    February 23, 2010 at 9:39 PM

    Further to the formula above.
    Using these formulas, you are assuming the week starts from Sunday to Saturday
    First day of the week for a given date:
    =[Start Date]-WEEKDAY([Start Date])+1

    Last day of the week for a given date:
    =[End Date]+7-WEEKDAY([End Date])

    If you want your week to start from Monday to Sunday, include an extra parameter value to your WEEKDAY() function

    First day of the week for a given date:
    =[Start Date]-WEEKDAY([Start Date],2)+1

    Last day of the week for a given date:
    =[End Date]+7-WEEKDAY([End Date],2)


    • Tom said,

      June 30, 2010 at 9:47 PM


      Thanks for this reply post and thanks for everyone’s help! I was wondering if you could give me the formula to make the week number (you know, the column that says “Week” and has the calculated formula of “=DATE(YEAR([Start Time]),MONTH([Start Time]),DAY([Start Time]))+0.5-WEEKDAY(DATE(YEAR([Start Time]),MONTH([Start Time]),DAY([Start Time])),2)+1”) be so that it shows the start date as a Thursday, not a Monday.

      I’m new with all of this stuff so I think your post is helpful but do not know how to apply it to my own situation. Any help is appreciated.

  10. Dany said,

    February 26, 2010 at 3:52 AM

    I created a column called End date with a date/time value of todays date. Then i created another column call Saturday with a date/time value and the calculated value of “=[End Date]+7-WEEKDAY([End Date])” but when I hit create column it says error “The formula contains reference(s) to field(s). ”

    What am I doing wrong?

  11. Brad said,

    February 26, 2010 at 10:18 AM

    Dany the column you create must be a claculated value. I made the same mistake myself recently.

  12. Scott said,

    March 6, 2010 at 12:01 AM

    How can I calculate the due date on a project task list if all I have is a start date and duration (days) for the task? I have to filter out the weekends instead of just adding a number of days to a start date.

    In most examples, I have only seen where they calculate the number of work days between a [start date] and [completed date]. For example:

    Any suggestions?

  13. sohail said,

    March 12, 2010 at 10:27 AM

    Excellent article and very helpful. Thank you very much.

  14. Chetan said,

    March 24, 2010 at 10:39 PM

    You can also check for an error in a formula before applying it. For example, if I wanted to calculate a difference of two dates and my calculation is as below:


    Now, lets say if the “ResolutionDate” is blank initially, the calculation above would give an error. The calculation can be updated to be:

    =IF(ISERROR(DATEDIF([CreatedDate],[ResolutionDate],”d”)),””,DATEDIF([CreatedDate],[Resolution Date],”d”))

  15. Hemasree said,

    March 30, 2010 at 4:26 PM

    I want to find the difference between a given End Date and Current Date including Time difference.

    Wheneva i use any of de given formulae i get de following error message “Calculated columns cannot contain Volatile columns like Today and Me”

    Kindly help. its important for me to know. Wat to do?

    I am using WSS 3.0

  16. Scott said,

    March 30, 2010 at 7:11 PM

    Yep – that’s a function that doesn’t work unless you first create a dummy column called TODAY and delete it afterwards. That column must be present whenever you make modifications to your column, so leave it in place until you get the formula mastered.

    More Info:

  17. Maria87 said,

    March 31, 2010 at 12:35 PM

    Would you help me please?

    I want to calculate to difference between two times in a sharepoint list. The first is a column named start date i have created and the second is a column named end date (i have created also) .

    the calculation should be done from these two columns to a new column field name response time i have created also.

    The display of the result should be as follow: number of days, hours, minutes, and seconds.

    Also It should not count the weekends, knowing that a weekend is Saturday and Sunday. So the count should be only on working days:


    startdate: 24/03/2010 2:15 pm

    enddate: 29/03/2010 1:24 pm

    PS: the start date here is a wednesday and the end date is a monday, so the weekend in between should not be counted.

    the display to be above exemple should be: 2 days, 23 hours, 8 minutes, 21 seconds.

    i am insisting on showing the hours, minutes and seconds also because sometimes the start and end date are separated by only few seconds, or only few minutes, or only few hours or only few days, or the combination of some, or the combination of all of them.

    Thank you…

    • Sunil said,

      September 30, 2011 at 6:44 AM

      Hi.. Are you able to get the differance including the weekend?

  18. Richard said,

    June 7, 2010 at 5:11 AM

    Can anyone help/

    I need the below formula to give a result of ” NOT COMPLETED” On error, if the Completed Date Field is blank?

    =(DATEDIF(Created,[Completed Date],”D”))-INT(DATEDIF(Created,[Completed Date],”D”)/7)*2-IF((WEEKDAY([Completed Date])-WEEKDAY(Created))<0,2,0)+1

    I have other if iserror codes on other columns and they work, i have tried the below but get an error

    =IF(ISERROR(DATEDIF(Created,[Completed Date],"D"))-INT(DATEDIF(Created,[Completed Date],"D")/7)*2-IF((WEEKDAY([Completed Date])-WEEKDAY(Created))<0,2,0)+1)),"NOT COMPELTED",(DATEDIF(Created,[Completed Date],"D"))-INT(DATEDIF(Created,[Completed Date],"D")/7)*2-IF((WEEKDAY([Completed Date])-WEEKDAY(Created))<0,2,0)+1))

  19. Daphne said,

    July 7, 2010 at 1:16 AM

    I used

    in a calculated field to extract the year from the created date of an item.
    This works fine except it displays the year as 2,010 instead of 2010. How can I remove the comma so it will display correctly.

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  21. MSG said,

    July 23, 2010 at 8:08 AM

    I’m trying to build a list to track my walks. I’d like to be able to calculate my pace in minutes and seconds. I can make it work in excel, but i’m not sure how to use TEXT function along with time to get it to work. Any suggestions? Example: I walk 3.720 miles in 52 minutes 15 seconds. I know I’d need to find percent fraction 15/60, but not sure how to go about in sharepoint. In excel pace would be 14 minutes, 11 seconds and .9 tenths.

  22. Larry said,

    August 5, 2010 at 12:06 AM

    Fairly great job on the formulas. I was playing around with the last day of the month. First question why were you using datevalue. this returns a serial number, not a date. Any way I made a modification and now it also returns accurate last day for both non leap and leap years. here you go:

    =DATE(YEAR([End Date]),MONTH([Date1]),CHOOSE(MONTH([End Date]),31,IF(MOD(YEAR([End Date]),4)=0,29,28),31,30,31,30,31,31,30,31,30,31))

    this formula will return a date in date firmat, and it will return the accurate last day.

    • sfmp said,

      November 24, 2010 at 3:42 PM

      When I use this formula it returns the serial number not the actual date?? I’m using the Created column for “End Date” but what are you using for “Date 1”?

      • sfmp said,

        November 24, 2010 at 3:54 PM

        S’alright. I added another calculated column to convert the serial date!

      • larry said,

        November 24, 2010 at 11:55 PM

        it should not be in serial format. the DATE formula is in date format. My Date 1 field is a date field, that allowed user input of date.

      • larry said,

        November 24, 2010 at 11:56 PM

        you may need to set your CC “Date and Time” Date only.

  23. Sreedhar said,

    September 3, 2010 at 2:18 PM

    Using the below formula we can calculate Difference between two dates except Saturday and Sunday.

    =IF(AND((WEEKDAY([Date To],2))1),(((DATEDIF([Date From],[Date To],”D”)+1))-(FLOOR((DATEDIF([Date From],[Date To],”D”)+1)/7,1)*2)-2),(((DATEDIF([Date From],[Date To],”D”)+1))-(FLOOR((DATEDIF([Date From],[Date To],”D”)+1)/7,1)*2)))

  24. Ann said,

    December 1, 2010 at 4:15 AM

    DateDifference in a simpler format that I pulled together after looking at the xPath for conditional formatting. This calculates the days remaining from the DueDate (a date column in a SharePoint list) and the current date.

    Note that the 1033 is the Locale ID for EN-US.

    ddwrt:DateTimeTick(ddwrt:FormatDate(ddwrt:GenDisplayName(string($thisNode/@DueDate)), 1033, 1)) – ddwrt:DateTimeTick(ddwrt:GenDisplayName(string($Today)))

  25. steve said,

    February 9, 2011 at 10:36 PM

    I have a sharepoint calculated column tracking months from a column that is dd/mm/year format. However, there are some items in the date column that are blank because the work hasn’t been completed yet. the formula automatically populates all blank entries as December so my data is inaccurate. anyone know of a formula so that blank entries won’t show up?



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  29. Tipton said,

    June 2, 2011 at 2:03 AM

    I am currently working on a tracker for the trouble tickets that come thru our office and am looking for a formula to be able to set a suspence date. For example, the time we tell our users is 72 hour turn-around for all tickets that are opened. Once I create the new item i want the suspense date updated automatically. Any advice?

  30. Dave Schafer said,

    June 10, 2011 at 9:27 PM

    I created a simple formula to show me only the hours difference between two date / time columns. The formula TEXT(Created-[1stResponse],”h”) does return the hours but I can’t use the value returned to filter by unless it is converted to an Integer. Can this be done in the same formula?

  31. Ya Ya said,

    July 6, 2011 at 8:38 PM

    Hi great article, Thank you.

    Would you help me please?

    I want to calculate weekday from a column named “start date” with “dd/mm/yyyy” .

  32. Parker said,

    July 21, 2011 at 12:24 AM

    Does anyone know a formula to calulate previous month?

  33. ScottK said,

    July 21, 2011 at 3:09 AM

    Calculating Previous Month: I just finished up a project where I did just this by creating two “extra” columns for doing the calculation.

    **Create two columns

    **Create the View
    Then created the view with the following filter:
    FirstDayofMonth –> is less than or equal to –> [TODAY]-30
    LastDayofMonth –> is greater than or equal to –> [TODAY]-30

    hope this works for you as well as it diid for me…

  34. Jordan Wright said,

    August 9, 2011 at 4:30 AM

    Can someone tell me how to use the folder names as part of a calculation for a column?
    Ex. I have a folder structure that resides in a Records Center. The high level folder is “Credit” and the lower level folder is “Control System”. I would like to concatenate the two folder names to populate a column inside the “Control System” folder with “Credit – Control System”. Is that doable?

  35. Nikki said,

    August 10, 2011 at 1:34 AM

    Thanks!! The hours difference between two dates/times was JUST what I was looking for.❤

  36. ER said,

    August 17, 2011 at 4:50 AM

    Convert a month name, and year to last day of the month. The trick is to set the date to the first day on the next month, then subtract a day … you always get the last day of the month, even in leap years. It’s a thing of beauty.😉


  37. Fredy said,

    September 23, 2011 at 10:48 PM


  38. msbuzzz said,

    November 2, 2011 at 4:25 PM

    Hi Frndz,

    Our list will have a field called Created (date created ). Now how can I find out the age of that entry as of today in DAYS. I am not sure how can we use TOdays date, to minus with Created date.

    Since I am not storing Today’s date any ware!!

    Please help me! Thank you guys!!

  39. Dave Englund said,

    November 2, 2011 at 7:37 PM

    I have a field called “Start Date” that is based on the “Start Time” (=[Start Time]). But, in my list view the Start Date displays a date earlier than the Start Time date. Is there a tweak I can make to the calculated field to make sure it pulls the actual date of the Start Time?

  40. Jed Elliott said,

    November 3, 2011 at 4:59 AM

    Hi, I am trying to have a self defining ticket number. We are looking at getting Date created plus ID number. Does anyone know how to write the formula for this? For example we are looking at date created in the format of mm/dd/yy + ID field =mmddyyID.

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  42. paulstodart said,

    January 18, 2012 at 7:19 PM

    I am trying to calculate the number of days between a Date field and the edit of a Choice Field (Checkbox). For example : A date specifies when an activity should start, a checkbox to indicate the activity has started. Is there a formula possible that can work out the number of days between the specified date and the date the checkbox was “checked” (eg Modified – or set to a certain value.).

  43. February 13, 2012 at 2:10 PM

    Get Week of the year
    =DATE(YEAR([Start Time]),MONTH([Start Time]),DAY([Start Time]))+0.5-WEEKDAY(DATE(YEAR([Start Time]),MONTH([Start Time]),DAY([Start Time])),2)+1

    i used that, but the result is wrong. please help me

  44. KK Stadler said,

    February 17, 2012 at 7:46 PM

    Fantastic quick reference. Mahalo.

  45. Tudor Iliescu said,

    February 23, 2012 at 9:16 PM


    I need to check that the input date is newer than a specific date in the past. I’ve tried with this formula: =[End date]>DATEVALUE(“2/10/2012”), but it didn’t do the job. Has anyone done something similar?
    pls help

  46. Vamsi said,

    March 12, 2012 at 10:18 AM

    how to search gridview datewise, gridview containing week startdate and enddate as data using linq, and date is sharepoint datetime control

  47. March 16, 2012 at 9:26 PM

    2012 is leap year so “Get Week of the year” is wrong.

  48. westerdaled said,

    March 23, 2012 at 11:09 PM


    I am using these date calc fields

    Week Start
    =[Due Date]-WEEKDAY([Due Date],2)+1

    and Week End
    =[Due Date]+7-WEEKDAY([Due Date],2)

    However, When I want create a view that groups by either of these. The view is created. I attempt expand and SharePoint gives me an exception

    <hidden id=hidRootfolder …. attempted use an object that has ceased to exist

  49. bobet said,

    April 11, 2012 at 1:47 PM

    How can I make Friday as the first start of the week?

  50. bobet said,

    April 11, 2012 at 1:50 PM

    I also noticed that the weekly groupings on start on either a Sunday or a Monday. I need to start it on a Friday using weekday Formula.
    Pls HELP!

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  53. Me said,

    August 2, 2012 at 1:43 AM

    How can I get the second and fourth Thursday of each months within a year?

  54. Ritesh said,

    September 13, 2012 at 6:25 PM

    What’s the query to get the next four months?

  55. Athalis said,

    October 1, 2012 at 2:24 PM

    As you said, your example of “Last day of the month” does not handle Feb 29. This one does:

    =DATEVALUE(“01/”&(MONTH([Start Date])+1)&”/”&YEAR([Start Date]))-1

  56. jag said,

    October 18, 2012 at 4:16 PM

    Hi, This formula will calcualte dif between two dates, and even give a negative value. However if the orignal date is present and the actual date still needs to be filled in i want sharepoint to return “N/A” and not a massive number like -40,956.
    Any ideas?? Thankss:)

    =IF(ISERROR(DATEDIF([Original date],[Actual date],”d”)), -DATEDIF([Actual date],[Original date],”d”),DATEDIF([Original date],[Actual date],”d”))

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  69. Anne said,

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    • Larry Pfaff said,

      September 25, 2014 at 11:41 PM

      I can give you a few formulas that you can play with and figure out how to combined them later once you get it working. First I would get first day of month, either current or the month you need like from a due date or start date:
      this will give you the fist day, easyu right? now get the weekday of this date:

      This formula comes close

      it doesn't account if the first day of month is a Wednesday. so do that check first

    • Larry Pfaff said,

      September 25, 2014 at 11:42 PM

      Forgot to add, this finds the first Wednesday. so you will add 7 to your final date for second wednesday

  70. Jay said,

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    Is there a way to simply add 30 WORKING days to a date? I don’t need count the number of days between two dates, but I do need a date [30 working days hence] to automatically populate a calculated column field based on the manually entered date in another column.

    Scenario: A user enters a date in the “Report Date” column, and the “Reply Date” calculated column would automatically create a date which is the entered “Report Date” + 30 Working Days.

    The below formulas in the “Reply Date” calculated column add 30 calendar days, but they do not add 30 working days.

    =DATE(YEAR([Report Date]),MONTH([Report Date]),DAY([Report Date])+30)

    =[Report Date]+30

    I have observed multiple possible formulas in online forums, but the solutions offered for this type of problem seem to stop at a 7 to 14 day period (1-2 weeks) which is fairly easy to account for, but given that the number of days in a month vary, and they have a different number of weekends, it has been more difficult to find an attempt a 30 workday solution.

    Doubtless there is likely something obvious I have overlooked, but I haven’t yet identified what that is.

    I would be grateful for any assistance from the fine people who frequent this site.

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  74. RedOne said,

    March 4, 2016 at 2:54 AM

    Looking for a twist on this formula to include a work shift. Our folks work a typical shift of 12 hours. I am using a calendar (SharePoint) list form to have them enter only Start to End dates for workflow approvals, so only want one entry per block requested. For instance, they Start 3/1/2016 at 6 a.m. and End at 3/3/2016 at 6 p.m., they are requesting 36 vacation hours based on their shift schedule. I need to tweak the formula to use the 12-hr shift for the actual calculation. So far the =IF(NOT(ISBLANK([End Time])),([End Time]-[Start Time])*24,0) formula works well until they request >1 day. Playing with more to the IF statement, but no success so far. Any help is appreciated. Thx

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