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Visibility Formula vs. Value Formula

Visibility Formula

With visibility formulas, you are able to make a custom field appear based on the value or selection of another custom field. In the example below, there is a drop down custom field with two options, yes or no.

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With formula custom fields, you can make certain fields appear based on your choice. When you select yes in the above example, a blank number field will appear.

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However, this field does not appear when you select no.


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Value Formula

If you would like a value to automatically calculated based on one or more custom fields, you will use a value custom field. In the example below, the fields are used to calculate how many tables will be needed for an event based on the number of people attending.


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Once the number of people attending value is filled in, the number of tables will be calculated based on that value.


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