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Description: In COUNTIF, you can use COUNTIFS to count cells that meet multiple criteria. COUNTIFS are used when there are two or more sets of conditions to be met before the cell is counted. The following video will teach us how to use COUNTIF with AND OR Criteria in COUNTIF and COUNT IF functions for different scenarios. Table Of Content: 00:00 Introduction 00:34 AND Criteria Using COUNTIFS Function 02:40 OR Criteria Using COUNTIF Function 03:52 Conclusion First Lets learn the syntax of the COUNTIF Function; We can include more than one criteria. COUNTIFS function is used when there are two or more sets of conditions to be met before the cell is counted. Learn COUNTIF and COUNTIFS functions in depth with examples; Syntax: =COUNTIF(range,criterion) Range: The range of cells you want to count. Criterion: The condition you want to test each cell in the range against. Now let's learn about the Syntax of the COUNTIFS function; The COUNTIFS function has the same basic syntax as COUNTIF, with an extra set of parentheses that contain the criterion for each condition. Syntax: =COUNTIFS(range,criteria_range,criteria) Range: The range of cells you want to count. Criteria_range: A range of cells that contains the criteria you want to test each cell in the first range against. Criteria: The condition you want to test each cell in the second range against.