SUM weekly values according to date in one column A and values in column B

As shown in the screenshot, I have values I am looking to add for weekly totals to track, however, this is very tedious having to create new code for every week, especially as the weeks change per month and so on. What I am looking to do is use the date feature as I have lined up in column A to match with column b and so on to make weekly values so I only have to type in the sum of a week number rather than a sum of ex b2:b8

I was thinking because if I were to type =ISOWEEKNUM(“July 1”) it gives me 27, so I am looking to use some code to say =SUM(week27in column a, B:B) type of thing but I don’t know google sheets code well enough to think of it on my own.

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I need to find out how I can add a link to a Link list to a file in SharePoint whose filename changes weekly

This is a dupe of something asked several years ago and never answered. I have the same situation and need help finding a solution.

The SP site I’m working on has a few files that are updated periodically. I’ve been asked to find a way to add a link to them in a Links list webpart on the landing page that doesn’t require a manual update every time the date in a target filename changes.

The target files all have a fixed location and most of their filenames are fixed. The date portion of the filename changes periodically and irregularly.

We can’t add anything from the SharePoint store (heaven forbid we find an easy solution) or use jQuery.

Any leads are greatly appreciated.

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Q: Is it Possible If I have a Column that marks a Job’s current Status/Progress to send a Weekly Email?

Rather than sending an email whenever an item is changed/created and the status is added/updated?

I have a list that has a list of jobs and a varying amount of variables that employees check off such as if it requires central notification or if it has a large investment. The Job status is essentially split between three columns one marking it ready for work (Yes/No) one marking it complete (Yes/No) and then a approval of the completion marking it as Approved/Rejected/Requires Review. I’ll outline the overall process below:

  1. Group 2 Reviews the List and determines if a Job is Ready to be Worked.
  2. Group 1 receives a email when the job is marked Ready for Work by Group 2.
  3. Group 1 then completes the work and marks it complete and Group 2 gets an email of the completion mark.
  4. Group 2 is then required to review and mark the completed job as Approved/Rejected/Requires Review.
  5. Once Group 2 marks it appropriately Group 1 is responsible for moving ahead with updating records or meeting with Group 2 on why it was Rejected or what portion of the task requires Review.

Now what I want is that rather than send the emails once every step is completed it sends a weekly “reminder” to both groups of what items (Job and Job ID) need to be done meaning they are somewhere in the steps I outlined above. (Group 1 notified that jobs x y z are workable and group 2 receiving emails that job x y z has been worked and needs approval.

Split total volume of each customer through the weeks, respecting weekly volume

I need to create a tool that splits the total volume of each customer through the weeks, respecting each customer’s weekly volume, like below’s picture: enter image description here Columns A to F are the input, “Division by week” are the weeks that the customer should recieve the volume, “Volume per week” is the maximum volume per week the customer should recieve (If it’s zero we only multiply each sku’s volume by the percentage)

The formula result should be the same as it is on columns L to O, I inserted those values manually to indicate how it should be.

Link to sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1K0KEEV0VO0nFKJpH0aJvk5IxQP1g53vVvnhsdbukXtY/edit?usp=sharing

Creating Weekly Reports

I want to create a weekly report that looks at the frequency of the distinct items in the “Created By” column on an incoming email library. Is there a way I could automate this, such as a workflow?

So far I have tried creating a view that shows me only the current weeks items and put a sorted by “Created by” and count on “created by”. The problem is I have to export this view to excel every week and at the same time every week or the data could be off.