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Raghavendra BhatRaghavendra Bhat 

Create a Formula Field on trailhead playground

Trailhead Project: Improve Data Quality for a Cleaning Supply App / (2) Create a Formula Field

Issue: Followed steps as per - Create a Formula but unable to complete the challenge
Error: Step not yet complete... here's what's wrong:
Formula in custom field 'Account Annual Revenue' is not correct. Check the instructions.

Any suggestions to fix this would be greatly appreciated.

Hi Raghavendra ,

Could you create new playground and Try same formula.

Gopal M. 
Saurabh TyagiSaurabh Tyagi
Hi Raghavendra,

Please compare your custom field details to screenshot below.
User-added image

Please Mark it resolved if it helps.
Good Luck !
Raghavendra BhatRaghavendra Bhat
@Gopal M: I could try that. Thanks
Raghavendra BhatRaghavendra Bhat
@Saurabh Tyagi : Compared & it matches. However, when i click to verify i still get error message.

Attached screen shot below:
User-added image

Saurabh TyagiSaurabh Tyagi
@Raghvendra : Thats very odd..because i was able to pass this one..well go with another trailhead or u can relogin  trailhead.. sometimes it helps.

Good Luck!
Julie OrzanoJulie Orzano
I'm on the step where you create a formula for Amount After Discount. When I copy the suggested formula (see below), I get an error:

Error: Field Discount_Percentage__c does not exist. Check spelling.

Suggested formula: Amount * ( 1 - Discount_Percentage__c )
Pramod VPramod V
I get the same error too.
Formula in custom field 'Account Annual Revenue' is not correct. Check the instructions.

Not sure what wrong am I doing.
Patrick ShevlinPatrick Shevlin
I'm experiencing the same problem. Has anyone been able to resolve this?
Mark Brown 33Mark Brown 33
still borked, i've put in a ticket
Mark Brown 33Mark Brown 33
according to this: you need to add a space in / leave the space in after the Account.AnnualRevenue in the formula as the sf dev who create the test forgot to use trim()