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.See all calculator features
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.
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Build smart forms and surveys like flowcharts, with drag-and-drop.
Build seriously conversational flows with logic, actions and calculations. All no-code!
Pick a Typeform-like, a chat or a classic form layout. And switch instantly.
Receive notifications, connect to 1.000+ services and track form activity.
Share a simple link or embed forms neatly on your page.
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