TIME function in Excel

Excel Date and Time Functions return a dynamic date or time in a cell.

Two ways to sum time over 30 minutes in Excel

To sum the total amount of time over 30 minutes, given a set of times that represent duration, you can use the SUMPRODUCT and TIME functions. Alternatively, use SUMIFS and COUNTIFS functions. Formula =SUMPRODUCT((range-TIME(0,30,0))*(range>TIME(0,30,0))) Explanation  In the example shown, the formula in G5 is: =SUMPRODUCT((times-TIME(0,30,0))*(times>TIME(0,30,0))) where “times” is the named range C5:C14. How this formula works This formula… read more »

Count times in a specific range in Excel

This tutorial shows how to Count times in a specific range in Excel using example below. To count times that occur within a certain range, you can use the COUNTIFs function. Formula =COUNTIFS(range,”>=”&start,range,”<“&end) Explanation In the example shown, the formula in E7 is: =COUNTIFS(B5:B11,”>=”&E5,B5:B11,”<“&E6) How this formula works The COUNTIFS function takes one or more… read more »

Convert text timestamp into time in Excel

This tutorial show how to Convert text timestamp into time in Excel using the example below. Top convert a timestamp entered as text into a proper Excel time, you can use the MID function to extract components and the TIME function to assemble the time. Formula =TIME(MID(A1,1,2),MID(A1,4,2),MID(A1,7,2)) Explanation of how this formula works In the example… read more »

Add decimal hours to time in Excel

It you need to add decimal hours to time in Excel then this tutorials is for you. See example below. To add a given number of hours to a time, you can add hours divided by 24, or use the TIME function. Formula =time+(hours/24) Explanation In the example shown, the formula in D5 is: =B5+(C5/24) Note: make… read more »

Add decimal minutes to time in Excel

It you need to add decimal minutes to time in Excel then this tutorials is for you. See example below: To add a given number of minutes to a time, you can add minutes divided by 1440, or use the TIME function. Formula =time+(minutes/1440) Explanation In the example shown, the formula in D5 is: =B5+(C5/1440) Note:… read more »

Excel Date & Time Functions Example

To enter a date in Excel, use the “/” or “-” characters. To enter a time, use the “:” (colon). You can also enter a date and a time in one cell. Note: Dates are in US Format. Months first, Days second. This type of format depends on your windows regional settings. Learn more about Date and Time formats. Year,… read more »

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