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Custom Math

Infographic - Feature - Custom math v2.0

How It Works

Adding math to a scenario’s total cost is possible with the Custom Math feature. Shipping cost, admin fees, bundle discounts, trigger charges or trigger discounts are all possible using the Custom Math feature.

Note: This feature works at the sub-section level. Which gives you greater control.

What does it look like?

Here are some of the resources and tools you will have access to as soon as you become a member of Prosper.

Backend

Frontend

What Are Some Use Cases?

Here are some of the resources and tools you will have access to as soon as you become a member of Prosper.

Base Price

Create a base price for your product or service. Base Price: The most fundamental cost of a good or service to a consumer that does not include common extra fees.

In addition to the base price of a product, fees that raise the overall price to buyers are often assessed by sellers for such things as sales tax, shipping charges and extra equipment or supply options.

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Trigger Fee(s)

You can use conditional logic to trigger a fee on your custom math element if a certain product or service is selected. Alternatively, trigger the fee is a certain number of items is selected.

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Convert To Monthly Pricing

If your pricing is set up to show the yearly pricing, but you want to convert it a monthly cost in the front-end, then you can add “Divide by 12” to give the monthly price.

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Shipping Cost

If you charge a base fee for shipping, you can use this feature to show that.

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Trigger Discount(s)

You can use conditional logic to trigger a discount on your custom math element if a certain product or service is selected. Alternatively, trigger the fee is a certain number of items is selected.

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What It Can Do?

The custom math feature can is set up to automatically add, subtract, multiply or divide a given value (not percentage). It does not have a toggle switch for the frontend, meaning the user cannot click anything to trigger custom math.
Note: This feature works at the sub-section level. Which gives you greater control.

What It Cannot Do?

The Custom Math feature is great to add custom math to affect the total cost in scenarios that aren’t related to what the user (customer) wants. An example could be shipping cost, no matter what the customer wants, they will need to base shipping costs. Currently, it’s triggered automatically on each calculator load.
Note: This feature works at the sub-section level. Which gives you greater control.

Types

There are 5 operators you can use with Custom Math.

This will add whatever value you give it, in a dollar amount.

This will add whatever value you give it, in a dollar amount.

This will add whatever value you give it, in a dollar amount.

This will add whatever value you give it, in a dollar amount.

This will add whatever value you give it, in a dollar amount.

How To Use It?

There are 5 operators you can use with Custom Math.

What It Can Do?

(affects price in the background)
This is the default. For custom math to behave this way, you should make sure that no checkboxes are selected in the settings (the blue gear icon). Nothing will show up in the frontend or detailed list view.

Frontend view

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Show in backend

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Video: Custom Math + Conitional Logic

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