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Count, filter and display the number of Gravity Forms entries or the total of a number field for multiple entries. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Count, filter and display the number of Gravity Forms entries or the total of a number field for multiple entries.
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Short description.

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GravityWP - Count You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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GravityWP - Count
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By default a maximum of 10 thousand entries (10000) are counted. If you want to count more entries, add page_size to your shortcode: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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By default a maximum of 10 thousand entries (10000) are counted. If you want to count more entries, add page_size to your shortcode:
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Two filter fields: If you want to use the Count Plugin and filter on 2 fields (text, dropdown, radio button), use this shortcode: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Two filter fields: If you want to use the Count Plugin and filter on 2 fields (text, dropdown, radio button), use this shortcode:
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If you want to use the Count Plugin and filter on 1 field (text, dropdown, radio button), use this shortcode: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you want to use the Count Plugin and filter on 1 field (text, dropdown, radio button), use this shortcode:
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<strong>number_field</strong>: This is the ID of the number field you want to target. Make sure this is a number field! <strong>decimals</strong>: This is how many decimals you want to show (after the point (if you are in the US or England) or after the comma (if you are in Europe or the rest of the world)). You can type 0 (zero) if you only want to show whole numbers. You can type 1, 2, 3, 4 or 10 or more to show more decimal numbers. <strong>dec_point</strong>: This is what decimal point you want to use. In the USA and England this is a point. In Europe, the comma is used to show the decimal point. For example: USA: 1.23 and Europe: 1,23. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>number_field</strong>: This is the ID of the number field you want to target. Make sure this is a number field! <strong>decimals</strong>: This is how many decimals you want to show (after the point (if you are in the US or England) or after the comma (if you are in Europe or the rest of the world)). You can type 0 (zero) if you only want to show whole numbers. You can type 1, 2, 3, 4 or 10 or more to show more decimal numbers. <strong>dec_point</strong>: This is what decimal point you want to use. In the USA and England this is a point. In Europe, the comma is used to show the decimal point. For example: USA: 1.23 and Europe: 1,23.
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or use the default shortcode (2 decimals, dec_point ="." and thousands_sep=","): You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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or use the default shortcode (2 decimals, dec_point ="." and thousands_sep=","):
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Count and display a number field calculation (without filters): If you want to count the total of a number field from multiple entries, use this shortcode: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Count and display a number field calculation (without filters): If you want to count the total of a number field from multiple entries, use this shortcode:
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Here you find the shortcodes you can use to calculate the totals of number fields in multiple Gravity Forms entries. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Here you find the shortcodes you can use to calculate the totals of number fields in multiple Gravity Forms entries.
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You can use up to 5 filters. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You can use up to 5 filters.
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<strong>filter_field2</strong>: this is the Field ID you want to use in your second filter. <strong>filter_value2</strong>: write here the exact value that is in your text, radio button or dropdown (for the second filter!). If you clicked ‘show values’, use the text under Value. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>filter_field2</strong>: this is the Field ID you want to use in your second filter. <strong>filter_value2</strong>: write here the exact value that is in your text, radio button or dropdown (for the second filter!). If you clicked ‘show values’, use the text under Value.
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<strong>With 2 filters</strong> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>With 2 filters</strong>
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<strong>filter_field</strong>: this is the Field ID you want to use in your filter. Go to your Gravity Form, go to the Field (text, dropdown, radio button) you want to use as your filter and write down the Field ID number to use in filter_field in your shortcode. <strong>filter_value</strong>: write here the exact value that is in your text, radio button or dropdown. If you clicked ‘show values’, use the text under <strong>Value</strong> (don't use the label). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>filter_field</strong>: this is the Field ID you want to use in your filter. Go to your Gravity Form, go to the Field (text, dropdown, radio button) you want to use as your filter and write down the Field ID number to use in filter_field in your shortcode. <strong>filter_value</strong>: write here the exact value that is in your text, radio button or dropdown. If you clicked ‘show values’, use the text under <strong>Value</strong> (don't use the label).
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You can use filters to only show the calculations you want (based on fields in the form). To use one filter, use this shortcode: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You can use filters to only show the calculations you want (based on fields in the form). To use one filter, use this shortcode:
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<strong>formid</strong>: This is the id of the form you want to target your shortcode at. It’s in orange <strong>thousands_sep</strong>: The thousands seperator is to, what it says, the notation you use to seperate thousands. In the USA this is a comma, in Europa this is a point. For example a million in USA is: 1,000,000.00 and in Europe it is: 1.000.000,00. You can define the thousands seperator in the shortcode. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>formid</strong>: This is the id of the form you want to target your shortcode at. It’s in orange <strong>thousands_sep</strong>: The thousands seperator is to, what it says, the notation you use to seperate thousands. In the USA this is a comma, in Europa this is a point. For example a million in USA is: 1,000,000.00 and in Europe it is: 1.000.000,00. You can define the thousands seperator in the shortcode.
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