3 Responses to “AWF 205 Advanced Calculation Fields for Advanced Wireless Forms”

Carrie Camden said:

We need a form for individual load tickets on a job. Each job might have 250 loads per job. How do I make a “count” occur so that each ticket is the next number in the sequence for that job only and also another “count” that indicates the balance of the job total yet to be picked up?

Great news! There is a Count function that is now available. Simply create a new field and change the type to Calculation. Then, in the formula bar, enter =Count(A1), where “A1″ refers to the repeatable field you would like a count total.

Hope this helps!

December 27 at 1:56

Ramesh said:

Is it possible to use logical operators for calculation like IF > < etc.

We need a form for individual load tickets on a job. Each job might have 250 loads per job. How do I make a “count” occur so that each ticket is the next number in the sequence for that job only and also another “count” that indicates the balance of the job total yet to be picked up?

Hello Carrie!

Great news! There is a Count function that is now available. Simply create a new field and change the type to Calculation. Then, in the formula bar, enter =Count(A1), where “A1″ refers to the repeatable field you would like a count total.

Hope this helps!

Is it possible to use logical operators for calculation like IF > < etc.

Thanks