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In the below table, for the 'Year' & 'Date' in row 1 it should first look for the matching year in 'Year2' and look for the next date in 'Date2' and that date to be populated in 'Output field'.
Row 3 Scenario: there is no next available date for 2018 in 'Date2' hence 'Output field' is left blank.
You can just use a formula using the datetimeadd function:
You can wrap it into one formula too if you want, so output=
if [Year]=[Year2]then DateTimeAdd(DateTimeParse([Date],"%d/%m/%Y"),1,'days')
Just note the underlined field name, you can set this to either add a day to [Date] as per your output example, or [Date2] as per the question - whichever is the one you want...
Thanks. My table contains around 350 rows and it is consuming quite some time per your suggestion. Is there any other way to achieve this?