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Need to see the day of the week for a date. If only the day of the week is needed and not the whole date, then this formula can be used. Dates Case(DayOfWeek([YourDateFieldHere]), 0, "Sunday",
1, "Monday",
2, "Tuesday",
3, "Wednesday",
4, "Thursday",
5, "Friday",
6, "Saturday")
Note that the DayofWeek() takes a date, and not a workdate, so if the field is a workdate field, then you must convert it to date using ToDate(). Text     More on this solution...
View records from the previous week only How do I create a view that on any day of the week I can view records dated from the previous week? Dates If([Date]>FirstDayOfWeek(Today()-Days(7)) and
[Date]< LastDayOfWeek(Today()-Days(7)), 
true, 
false)
Subtract 7 days from today. Take the resulting date (let's call it "one week ago date") and calculate the first day of its week. If that is greater than the value in the Date field and If that date is less than the last day of the week in which "one week ago date" falls, the result is true (checkbox is on) otherwise the result is false (checkbox is off). Checkbox You  can create a formula - checkbox type field to hold this formula  or just use the formula within the report (view) builder page. In this case, also select checkbox as the type, then within the Matching Criteria section, specify that <custom column> is yes (type in the word yes).   More on this solution...
Calculate the date of the last Friday before a Due Date In each record, I want to calculate what date is the Friday that comes before each Due Date Dates PrevDayOfWeek([Date Due], 5) Take the value in the date due field and figure out the date of the previous week's Friday. Date 5 represents Friday within the PrevDayOfWeek() function.   More on this solution...

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