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How to Pass a Calculation to a Payment FieldLast Update: September 6, 2016
If you have simple to complex calculations using the form calculation widget on your form, you can now pass the final total from the calculation field to the payment field.
What will you need to make this happen?
1. A calculation field on your form which represents a total that is due to be paid by your form users.
2. One of the following payment fields:
If your calculation field is ready on your form, here's how to pass the Calculated Total to one of the payment fields listed above:
A. Open the payment wizard by clicking the payment field then the wand icon.
B. On the payment wizard, switch the payment type to "User Defined Amount". Select yes in the confirmation message afterward. Then on the get price from option, select the calculation (total) field.
That's it! Your form with simple to complex calculations can now pass payment totals to secure checkout services from our payment fields.
Here is a demo form showing how this works:
Here's another demo form with a little more complex calculation: https://form.jotformpro.com/41413741780956
Have you tried it yet?
Please share your experiences in the comment box below.