# Sum time by week and project

=SUMIFS(time,date,">="&A1,date,"<"&A1+7,project,"A")

To sum up hours by week and project, you can use the SUMIFS function. In the example shown, the formula in G5 is:

=SUMIFS(time,date,">="&$F5,date,"<"&$F5+7,project,G$4)

where "time" (D5:D15), "date" (B5:B15), and "project" (C5:C15) are named ranges.

In this example, the sum range is the named range "time", entered as an Excel time in hh:mm format. The first criteria inside SUMIFS includes dates that are greater than or equal to week date in column F:

date,">="&$F5

The second criteria limits dates to one week from the original date:

date,"<"&$F5+7

The last criteria, restricts data by project, by using the project identifier in row 4:

`project,G$4`

When this formula is copied across the range G5:H7, the SUMIFS function returns a sum of time by week and project. Notice all three criteria use mixed references to lock rows and columns as needed to allow copying.

### Durations over 24 hours

To display time durations over 24 hours use a custom number format with hours in square brackets:

[h]:mm

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