In a column of type formula, the **DATE_ADDNB()** function displays a date that is the addition of a date from a column of type date and another column of type integer. The formula counts the initial date as a full day and therefore enters the calculation formula.

For example, if my initial date is 10/10/19 and I want to add 3 days to it, I would have as result: 12/10/19

### Formula

DATE_ADDNB(Date column,Integer column)

The first parameter is the exact name of a date column.

The second parameter is the exact name of an **integer** column that corresponds to the number of days I want to add. This number can be **positive** or **negative**.

### Example

DATE_ADDNB(Last meeting column, Recall column)

### Configurator

Depending on the value I put in the Recall D+ column, TimeTonic automatically added the value of the Recall Date column.

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