This is the most powerful calculation feature you can add to your form.
With the Form Calculation Widget, you can make simple to complex calculations using the answers you get from your form users.
The form calculation widget adds one field on your form, which will display the result of the calculation you'd like your form to do as shown here.
The Form Calculation widget supports combining words, doing calculations with numbers from multiple fields on your form. You can also take your form to the next level with linear and nonlinear functions with which you can fine-tune your form's workflow.
You are only limited by your imagination. Your Invoice forms, delivery forms, request forms, contact forms, sales forms among many others can be enhanced to show calculated outcomes like sales totals, date and time calculations or generating reference numbers by combining text, dates and numbers.
The flexibility of this widget makes it a powerful feature for your form, which you can use to analyze weighted data, perform financial calculations, use mathematical formulas that solve real-life problems among an endless list of uses.
In situations where spreadsheet data needs to be collected, analysed and submitted in a simple spreadsheet format, this is the ideal widget. Your form users can now submit structured data sets that can be used in a spreadsheet - or for any purpose where cell-value data sets are critical.
You can assign calculation formulas to designated cells through the widget configuration. Calculation formulas start with "=" and use letter and number combination to identify table cells. For example, =a1 + b1 will return sum of top fields in "A" and "B" column.
You can also use brackets e.g. = (a1 + b1) / c1 with math functions like pow or sqrt.
For example, = pow(a1, 3) + pow(b1, 2) is the same as =(a1 * a1 * a1) + (b1 * b1).
This smart little widget manages the inventory of a single Item.
All you need to do is configure the total number of items available for sale, and the widget will ensure that each time your form is submitted, the total amount purchased or ordered at the time is deducted from the inventory.
You can add as many widgets as possible to represent each different item that you have available for sale. Through the Calculation Widget and Payment Integration, you can connect this widget to your checkout system of choice. This widget is excellent for limited subscriptions, small online stores, and single item inventory management.
Sliders with Calculated Result
This is a great way of rendering complicated calculations on your form using visual sliders as a way of collecting the variables.
You can configure each slider with assigned values for each slide position, and these values are used to change the result through the result formula, configured with the easy-to-use wizard.
For example, you can add in the following values in the configuration editor:Quantity of T-Shirts min = 1 max = 20 default = 1 Sizes min = 1 max = 4 default = 1 names = Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large Ship to Location? max = 1 min = 0 default = No names = No, Yes Polyester to Cotton Ratio names = 10%, 25%, 50%, 75% values = 1, 2, 2, 2 default = 10%
Then add in the following calculation formula to the formula box:((#1)*((#2*2)+(#4*10)))+(#3*20)
In the formula, the sliders are numbered from top to bottom, and are preceded by the pound sign/hash sign (#) - #1, #2, #3...
The widget wizard provides more guidance on how you can customize it for your form.
This widget can be used for order forms, quotation forms, surveys, device specification descriptions, and basically any calculation that needs to be presented in a visually pleasing interface.
The calculator widget enables your users to enter numerical values to your form with ease.
With the option to autohide the calculator numerical pad, your users can open and use the calculator on the fly as they fill out accurate values on your form.
This widget is quite useful on financial, scientific and survey forms among others.
Add an aesthetic timer on your form that will both impress and inform your users should there be a time limit to how the form is filled.
You might need to record how long form user took to complete the form, this is the ideal widget, because you can also chose to hide the counter on the form, recording time in the background.
The widget needs no additional configuration, and is ready to be used once its added to your form.
Calculate the difference between two days with ease with Dates Difference.
This widget allows you to conveniently add two calendar pickers that will be used to get the difference between two days.
For advanced calculations, you can capture and use the difference in days with a form calculation field.
The Dates Difference widget is incredibly useful on booking forms, reservation forms among many others.
This widget add a cool matrix calculator to your form that helps you calculate the determinant of a square matrix.
The process of calculating the matrix determinant will be shown in the result box.
A matrix determinant will help you define matrices of coefficients for linear equations, or in a linear transformation to a vector space, or even in calculus when demonstrating the substitution rule.
Random Value Generator
This widget is an essential addition for forms that need a unique alphanumeric or a symbol combination value generated randomly.
The widget automatically generates a unique value based on the settings on the widget every time the form is opened.
You can configure the widget in include or exclude numbers, letters, symbols, uppercase or lowercase characters.
With this widget, you can generate unique codes for your invoices, order forms, tracking forms, coupon codes, user IDs, form IDs, tracking codes among many more.
This smart widget will return the approximate driving distance between two locations anywhere in the world.
Powered by Google Maps®, this widget takes estimating distances to the next level.
You can configure the originating distance, and let users enter their address or postal code, which the widget will assist by auto-completing the user address.
The widget is highly customize-able, and perfect for your trip planning forms, distance billing estimates among many other uses.
The Body Mass Index (BMI) is a globally accepted way of determining the possibility of health risks related to body weight. In essence, a BMI Calculator will tell you what steps you need to take based on your body weight and height.
This widget will add a calculator on your form to allow your users to quickly calculate their BMI.
This widget is essential for health and weight loss programs, and you can use it to advice users on how they can improve and optimize their health lifestyle.
This widget is simple enough, but essential for all forms that need to convert a number to Roman or Thai Numerals.
It reuquires very little intuitive configuration after you add it to your form.
To switch between the various numeral translations, click the refresh button on the widget.
When the form is submitted, it sends all the translated results as a submission.
A widget that can be useful for applicants to a job where location is important. There is also a number of use cases for which this widget can be convenient.
Add this to your JotForm and decide which format to convert from and to, either Miles to KM or KM to Miles.
Search for it at the Widgets menu, add it to your form and you got it!
Think of a guessing number game? Or do you want users to pick a number a little more fun? Or do you really want a dice to randomly show numbers? Here's a simple yet perfect widget for your need!
As you know, a dice is a small cube with each side having a different number ranging from one to six. With JotForm, you will not see a dice rolling on your form, that's a bit crazy. Roll Dice Widget works similarly on the hard one though its within your form not on a gambling place, when you click "Throw dice" button, it will randomly show you a number from 1 to 6. It's more fun isn't it? Go ahead and roll a dice now! You can try the demo form above.
This is an essential for all multi-currency forms.
Currency converter helps your form users figure out the current currency conversion rates as they fill out your form.
Powered by The Free Currency Converter API, the widget updates the latest bank exchange rates for your form users to accurately estimate and make decisions on your order, purchase or financial form.
Currency Converter comes in a beautiful assortment of themes to match your form design, which can be easily changed from the widget settings
Add a pretty nifty mathematical widget on your form to convert integers between various number bases.
This widget automatically converts the entered integer value into the selected number base. When the form is selected, all corresponding conversions are shown.
The widget is easy to configure once you have added it to your form. All you have to do is list the different radices or number bases you would like to covert the integer to, the default number base, and the default value to be displayed once the form is opened.
This is an essential and fun add on to all mathematical forms.
This widget may be simple, but its as smart as a whip!
Often, you may not know which place in the world your form will be filled from, and if you have a body weight question, you may end up with a confusing set of units, that is, pounds or kilograms used interchangeably.
To make sure that does not happen, this widget allows your form users to select which units they would like to use when entering their body weight value.
The widget will automatically convert the value and present it to you in both metric and imperial units, that it, kilograms and pounds.
The widget only requires that you set your default unit that will be presented when the form is opened, and you are good to go!
Calorie Intake Calculator
This would also be a great edition for your weight-loss program form, where users can calculate their own Calorie Intake.
If you run a weight loss program, you can place this on your form for those who are looking to lose weight and get some weight loss tips. The Calorie Intake Calculator will help your users know exactly how much calorie intake they need on a daily basis in order to improve their quality of life.
They will also be able to read some of the top weight loss tips from Dr. Oz. that will help them live a better and healthier life.
You can also use the widget to improve your lifestyle significantly by recording your intake periodically.
This nifty widget makes sure that your users can accurately submit a height value.
The widget allows your form users to select which unit the can use to enter the height value - Centimeters or Feet - Inches.
Regardless of which unit the user uses, the widget will submit both converted values automatically, making your form globally friendly to height units.
The widget can be used on virtually any form that requires their users to submit height values.
If your form has a question where your users need to specify a temperature value - then this is the ideal widget.
It resolves the age old problem of converting values between Imperial and Metric Units, that is, Degrees Celsius and Degrees Fahrenheit.
The widget allows your form users to select which temperature units (Celsius or Fahrenheit) they would rather use. The widget then coverts the value and presents the entered value alongside its converted equivalent.
All you need to do is add the widget to your form, and specify the default unit that will be displayed when your form is opened.
This widget adds a field which your form users can use to accurately fill out liquid volume values.
The widget accepts both US Standard (Gallons) or Metric (Liters) volume units. The user can select the Unit they want to use by clicking on the displayed units next to the input box.
You can configure the default volume unit to be displayed on the form in the widget settings.
This smart widget can be useful for students at school. However, the number of use cases can be more.
Add this to your JotForm and decide which scale to convert from and to, either Radians to Degrees or Degrees to Radians.
The widget can even show you a small graphic for the angle, simply set "YES" at the "Show Visual Representation of Angle" option and you are done!