You can use the following syntax to sum values in a cell range in Google Sheets that fall in a specific date range:

=SUMIFS(B2:B11,A2:A11,">="&D2,A2:A11,"<="&E2)

This formula takes the sum of the values in the range **B2:B11** where the start date in **A2:A11** is equal to or greater than the date in cell **D2** and the end date is equal to or less than the date in cell **E2**.

The following example shows how to use this syntax in practice.

**Example: Use SUMIFS with Date Range in Google Sheets**

Suppose we have the following dataset in Google Sheets that shows the number of products sold on various days:

We can define a start and end date in cells **D2** and **E2** respectively, then use the following formula to calculate the sum of the products sold between these two dates:

=SUMIFS(B2:B11,A2:A11,">="&D2,A2:A11,"<="&E2)

The following screenshot shows how to use this formula in practice:

We can see that a total of **73** products were sold between 1/10/2021 and 1/15/2021.

We can manually verify that this number of products were sold during the three dates in column A that fall within the date range:

- 1/12/2021: 28 products
- 1/14/2021: 30 products
- 1/15/2021: 15 products

Total products sold: 28 + 30 + 15 = **73**.

If we change either the start or end date, the formula will automatically update to count the cells within the new date range.

For example, suppose we change the start date to 1/1/2021:

We can see that a total of **181** products were sold between 1/1/2021 and 1/15/2021.

**Additional Resources**

The following tutorials provide additional information on how to work with dates in Google Sheets:

How to AutoFill Dates in Google Sheets

How to Add & Subtract Days in Google Sheets

How to Use COUNTIFS with a Date Range in Google Sheets

How to Calculate the Difference Between Two Dates in Google Sheets