# How do I round up to the nearest 30 minutes in Excel?

## How do I round up to the nearest 30 minutes in Excel?

So if you want to round to nearest full hour, you use 1/24 as “significance”. If you want to round to nearest 30 minutes, you use 1/48 as the “significance”. 15 minutes would be 1/96….This means:

- 1 min = 1/24*60=1/1440.
- 15 min = 1/1440/15=1/96.
- 30 min = 1/1440/30 = 1/48.

**How do I round up to the nearest minutes in Excel?**

You also can use this formula =MROUND(A2,15/60/24) to round time to nearest minute. 3. If you want to round time to previous 15 minute, use this formula =FLOOR(A2,.

### How do you show 30 Minutes in Excel?

You can add 30 minutes to a cell’s value using a formula like either of:

- =B2+TIME(0,30,0)
- =B2+30/60/24.

**How do I convert time to nearest hour in Excel?**

Rounding time in Excel

- To round time to closest hour (up or down) – MROUND or ROUND. =MROUND(A1,”1:00″) =MROUND(A1, TIME(1,0,0))
- To round up time to nearest hour – ROUNDUP or CEILING. =CEILING(A1, “1:00”) =CEILING(A1, TIME(1,0,0))
- To round down time to nearest hour – ROUNDDOWN or FLOOR. =FLOOR(A1, “1:00”)

#### How do you calculate 15 minute increments?

If you choose to round to 15-minute increments, you need to observe the 7-minute rule; for every 1 to 7 minutes that are rounded down, there is a corresponding timeframe of 8 to 14 minutes that are rounded up to the nearest quarter-hour and counted towards total work time.

**How do you show 15 minutes in Excel?**

Follow these steps to enter 15-minute time increments in the range B1:B20:

- Select B1:B20.
- Right-click the selection and select Format Cells.
- Click Time and select 1:30 PM and click OK.
- Click B1 and enter 10:00 AM.
- Select B2:B20 and enter =B1+Time(0,15,0)
- Press [Ctrl][Enter].

## How do you round to nearest hour?

When reporting time not worked, employees should round to the nearest 1/4 hour. For example: 15 minutes = 0.25 hours, 30 minutes = 0.50 hours and 45 minutes = 0.75 hours. Examples: The employee leaves early due to illness 1 hour and 45 minutes before the end of the day.

**How do you round time to the nearest hour?**

Round time to nearest hour ( TIME(1,0,0) = 1/24 representing an hour) and add a zero time value to ensure the expression is cast as a Time. M: There isn’t an equivalent of MROUND in M, so instead multiply the time by 24 to express it as a number of hours, then round, then divide by 24 and convert to a Time type.