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I am trying to get a total count of the results using Views. Looking at this link, Count results in Views using aggregation, I use aggregation, but Views counts each row as 1. For example, this is what I get:

TITLE         Results
"A title"     1
"A title2"    1
"A title3"    1

I want it to be

"A title"
"A title2"
"A title3"

Results: 3

Any way to do this in Views? If not, is there a way I can weak the current Views SQL or its output instead of having to write my own module and SQL query from scratch?

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up vote 9 down vote accepted

Add a Global: Result summary field to the footer. There is no need to turn on aggregation.

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I think you mean Global: Result summary not "Global: results" in list of things offered in Footer. So, in the View edit screen, select 'Add Footer' (middle column of the settings) then choose Global: Result summary And then choose from the various @ prefixed variables regarding what you'd like to display. – therobyouknow Apr 1 '14 at 9:51

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