I am trying to populate the Campaign ID on an Opportunity record that will be created via process builder. I have this formula, but it is not right. Any help would be appreciated.

    ISPICKVAL([Lead].LeadSource, ‘Content - Selling Resources’),
        NOT(ISPICKVAL([Lead].LeadSource, ‘Content - Selling Resources’)),
  • I've taken the liberty of formatting your formula a little differently. Based on what I see, your formula should be giving you an error when you try to save it. If you are getting an error message, it's always a good idea to include it (the entire error) word-for-word. The error message might not be helpful to you, but it can help the more experienced eyes here narrow down the issue. – Derek F Jul 24 '19 at 18:14
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    Breaking formulas up into smaller pieces (and using indentation) like I have here is also a good way to do a quick check to see if there's anything obviously wrong. In this case, it looks like your nested IF is missing the third parameter (the else expression/value), and your outer IF isn't closed. The nested IF also looks redundant. This is basically what Ricky's answer tells you, but again, it becomes easier to see when you break things up and use indentation. – Derek F Jul 24 '19 at 18:17

I think what has happened here is a bit of an overcomplicated formula. Try this:

IF(ISPICKVAL([Lead].LeadSource, 'Content - Selling Resource'),'701S0000000eQdFIAU',701S0000000ePIEIA2)

So this way if the formula returns TRUE it will pick the first value, if FALSE then the second value. Since you don't have anymore conditions this should work.

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