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Price Multipliers

  1. I'm trying to create a form that allows people to register for classes I offer, and depending on the # of people they register AND the number of days, update the total. Here's what I'd like to do, any ideas how I can accomplish this with Gravity Forms?

    1. Choose the class, their are 4 classes and each has a different price.
    2. Choose the # of people. That basically multiplies the price of the class chosen above by the # of people.
    3. Choose the number of days, between 1 - 10. That then multiplies the price again by the # of days.

    I can do steps 1 & 2 via a Product field as a dropdown for #1 and then a Quantity field for #2...but I'm not sure how to add another quantity field (just adding one doesn't work) that then multiplies the value of the first total...

    Any ideas?

    Posted 11 years ago on Friday April 13, 2012 | Permalink
  2. Hmm, this new Calculations functionality might be exactly what I'm looking for:

    I've been testing this and am curious as to how it's supposed to work...can I create formulas based around Values (ie, if I have a dropdown or radio button Product Price field, and have several different prices & enabled values) of Product Price fields?

    I'm trying to multiply the product price choice x another number field the user can enter data into, but nothing's happening. In fact, no matter what I try, unless I just enter in an actual numeric forumla like 5 * 3 or 11 - 5, I don't get any results in the calculated number field. That is, if I try and use any Merge Tags, nothing ends up happening.

    I know it's still in Beta, but perhaps I'm doing something wrong as it doesn't seem to work at all yet. Is there any further documentation available yet?

    Posted 11 years ago on Friday April 13, 2012 | Permalink