You can use the following methods to create a **RANK IF** formula in Google Sheets:

**Method 1: RANK IF with One Criteria**

=RANK(C1, FILTER(A:C, A:A="string"))

This formula finds the rank of the value in cell **C1** among all values in column **C** where the corresponding value in column **A** is equal to “string.”

**Method 2: RANK IF with Multiple Criteria**

=RANK(C1, FILTER(A:C, A:A="string1", B:B="string2"))

This formula finds the rank of the value in cell **C1** among all values in column **C** where the corresponding value in column **A** is equal to “string1” and the value in column B is equal to “string2.”

The following examples show how to use each method with the following dataset in Google Sheets:

**Example 1: RANK IF with One Criteria**

We can use the following formula to calculate the rank of the points values for the rows where the team is equal to “Mavs”:

=RANK(C2, FILTER(A:C, A:A="Mavs"))

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

Note that a rank of 1 indicates the largest value.

So, here’s how to interpret the rank values:

- The Guard on the Mavs team with
**21**points has the**3rd**highest points value among all players on the Mavs. - The Guard on the Mavs team with
**14**points has the**5th**highest points value among all players on the Mavs.

And so on.

Note that a **#N/A** value was produced for each of the Spurs players since we specified in the formula that we only want to provide a ranking for players on the Mavs team.

**Example 2: RANK IF with Multiple Criteria**

We can use the following formula to calculate the rank of the points values for the rows where the team is equal to “Mavs” and the position is equal to “Forward”:

=RANK(C2, FILTER(A:C, A:A="Mavs", B:B="Forward"))

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

Here’s how to interpret the rank values:

- The Forward on the Mavs team with
**19**points has the**3rd**highest points value among all players on the Mavs who are Forwards. - The Forward on the Mavs team with
**32**points has the**1st**highest points value among all players on the Mavs who are Forwards.

And so on.

Note that a **#N/A** value was produced for any player who didn’t meet both criteria in our **FILTER** function.

**Note**: You can find the complete documentation for the **RANK** function in Google Sheets here.

**Additional Resources**

The following tutorials explain how to perform other common tasks in Google Sheets:

Google Sheets: How to Multiply Column by a Constant

Google Sheets: How to Multiply Column by a Percentage

Google Sheets: How to Rank Items by Multiple Columns