Number is a field that displays any numerical number. It can be set to show cash, percentages, or any number format desired. The Number field also allows you to perform math in the form, using the Reference and Expression Properties.
Reference Name is used in Insights to identify this question.
No Spaces, No Numbers, and limited to 20 characters
Caption is the Question name.
Caption Color determines the color of the Caption.
Caption Weight determines if the Caption is ‘Regular’ or ‘Bold’ font type.
Default Value allows you to pre-set a numerical value in the question field that can be later edited by users.
Format allows you to set the way in which your numerical number displays. For example if you wanted to show currency you would edit Format to: “$x.00”. If you wanted to show percent, you would edit Format to: “x percent”. The Format will set how the number displays with whatever you put before or after the ‘x’.
Min Value determines the minimum number allowable in the character field. Note in order to go into negatives, you must set the Min Value Negative.
Max Value determines the minimum number allowable in the character field. Note in order to go into negatives, you must set the Max Value Negative.
Required Field allows you to require the question be answered before it can be submitted
Read-Only Options allows you to determine if the answer field is accessible to the user. ‘Never’ allows users to always edit and input data. ‘Always’ prevents users from ever editing or inputting data into that field. ‘After Initial Submission’ allows the data to be input until it is submitted, then it is locked.
Hide Question determines whether or not the question is visible to users when they fill out the form.
Reference allows users to perform math with other values.
Only two non-number characters can be used.
Expression allows you to create a mathematical expression that the answer field will display based on the other values input into the Reference Field
Example: Question 1 Reference is ‘qa’, Question 2 Reference is ‘qb’. If you wanted to Add Questions 1 and 2 together, Question 3’s Expression would be: “qa + qb”.
Use Value as Keyword
Use Value as Keyword flags the question to be viewed quickly in the Dashboard.
Keyword Color determines the background color of Answers that have been flagged as Keywords on the Dashboard.
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