# How to COUNTIF True in Google Sheets

To COUNTIF True in Google Sheets, you'll need to use the COUNTIF function. COUNTIF is a function that counts the number of cells within a range that meet a specified condition. In this case, the condition is whether the cell contains "TRUE" or not.

Follow these steps to COUNTIF True in Google Sheets:

- Open your Google Sheets document or create a new one.
- Click on an empty cell where you want to display the count of TRUE values.
- Enter the COUNTIF formula:
`=COUNTIF(range, "TRUE")`

Replace "range" with the range of cells you want to search for TRUE values. For example, if you want to search for TRUE values in cells A1:A10, your formula would look like this:

`=COUNTIF(A1:A10, "TRUE")`

- Press Enter to get the result.

## Example

Let's say you have a list of tasks in Column A, and their completion status (TRUE or FALSE) in Column B.

```
Tasks | Completed
---------------|----------
Task 1 | TRUE
Task 2 | FALSE
Task 3 | TRUE
Task 4 | FALSE
Task 5 | TRUE
```

To count the number of completed tasks (where the value in Column B is TRUE), you'd enter the COUNTIF formula in an empty cell:

`=COUNTIF(B1:B5, "TRUE")`

The result would be 3, since there are three TRUE values in the range B1:B5.