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[SOLVED] Conditional formula

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1 year 9 months ago #48 by julien lance
julien lance replied the topic: [SOLVED] Conditional formula
It seems that the last version has solved the issue, many thanks !

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1 year 9 months ago #46 by julien lance
julien lance replied the topic: [SOLVED] Conditional formula
Hello Simone,

Thanks for your help !
Nice, if I can submit conditional formulas for me it's perfect !

Unfortunately, it seems that they are some issues when importing calc into the calculator. Just after submitting the file, I don't have the sheet on my screen like the demo pro videos. Are they some restrictions, compatibilties to know ?
I get just the "calculator" without anything below it.

Many thanks !

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1 year 9 months ago #31 by WooPrice Calculator
WooPrice Calculator replied the topic: [SOLVED] Conditional formula
Hi Julien,

thanks for your interest in our plugin!
About your question I think you should have to use Excel Sheet instead of manual formula for you calculation.
With Excel you can write conditional formulas "=IF() " and assign inputs fields and output price to your products.
Take a look at our PRO video here: woopricecalculator.com/documentation
In this way you will simply get your correct price.
If you need more help please send us your Excel Sheet and mapping configuration of fields.

Regards,
Simone

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1 year 9 months ago #30 by julien lance
julien lance created the topic: [SOLVED] Conditional formula
Hello,

I've just bought your Plugin, a great one ! Exactly what I was looking for.
However, for me a feature is missing. With that feature, it would be perfect : How can we do conditional formulas ?

I mean, I've some fields "size" for a product :
Product size 1 - Value 10
Product size 2 - Value 20
Product size 3 - Value 30

And another one below "Need a box ?" :
No Box - value 0
Yes a box - value 1

I need a formula like :
Product Price= $Product_size+ if "Need a box" ==1; then (If Product size 1 selected =30; If Box 2 selected = 15; ...)

I think it's not possible now, Isn't it ?
Thanks to you !

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