How to Use IFS Function in Excel

In this article, we will learn about how to use IFS function in excel 2019. This function doesn’t work in Excel 2016 and lower versions.

IFS function is a function that runs on a logic_test like IF function. It runs multiple logic_test in one formula exactly like nested IF. It is easier to understand.
Syntax:

=IFS (test1, value1, [test2, value2], …)

Let’s understand this function using it an example.
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We need to find the Grade for the corresponding Scores.
Use the Formula

=IFS(A2<20,”F”, A2<50,”D”, A2<70,”C”, A2<90,”B”, A2>90,”A”)

A2 “F”: return F if test1 satisfies.
A2 “D”: return D if test2 satisfies.
A2 ”B”: return B if test3 satisfies.
A2>90: test4
“A”: return A if test3 satisfies.
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Applying the formula in other cells using CTRL + D.
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As you can see its easy to get the Grades having multiple conditions.

Hope you understood how to use IFS function in Excel. Explore more articles on Excel logic_test here. Please feel free to state your queries in the comment box below.

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