The calculator can add, subtract, multiply and divide, but also supports formulas and advanced mathematical functions. All without any coding. Plus, forms can handle multiple calculators.
A calculator can be inserted anywhere inside a form and supports straightforward operations for pretty much any purpose from counting inputs to scoring a test, for instance.
Forms and surveys can handle as many calculations as you need, anywhere you need them. In fact, you can set up one calculator to use the outcome of another.
Now here’s the magic part... The calculator can also handle calculations within calculations. Like formulas. Handy for calculating a shopping cart’s subtotal and VAT in a single calculator.
It almost goes without saying that you can select any respondent input for calculations. Actually, you may include as many inputs as you like in a single calculation.
Beyond operations like adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing, the calculator also supports advanced operations for more mathematically challenging use cases.
Mindblowing things happen when logic and calculators come together.
Funnel respondents into any desired flow based on age, score, probability, height, BMI etc. or any combination of factors. The possibilities are endless.
The true power and capabilities of the Tripetto calculator are best demonstrated with some practical examples. Click any example below to run it live and learn about its calculator implementation.
For lots of question blocks we made it easier to use the most used calculator features, without adding a separate calculator block.
Using logic4 Min.2 Min.Perform realtime calculations inside your forms based on given answers. This article describes the basic usage of the calculator block.
Using logic6 Min.2 Min.The calculator block supports all needed operations, like adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing and equaling.
Using logic4 Min.2 Min.You can use given answers from your respondents as values for your calculation operations, making the outcomes of your calculations personalized.
Using logic5 Min.2 Min.You can grant scores to options in your form to use in your calculations, for example to score given answers in a quiz.
Using logic4 Min.2 Min.You can use comparisons inside each calculator block to perform operations based on the outcome of the comparison, for example to check a discount code.
Using logic5 Min.You can use mathematical functions and constants (including dates and times) inside each calculation block.
Using logic4 Min.The calculator block is able to chain endless subcalculations to perform multistep formulas.
Using logic4 Min.The calculator block is able to calculate with texts, for example to count characters, count words and even count occurrences of a certain text or character.
Using logic4 Min.You can use all calculations in combination with any logic branch in your form. This makes your calculations even more smart and powerful!
Using logic3 Min.The outcome of each calculator block can be used in several ways inside your form and your dataset.
Using logic3 Min.You can compare the outcomes of different calculator blocks, for example to determine the highest score.
Using logic6 Min.