Hello AT Community
I’ve got a formula partially working but I’m having some difficulty tweaking it to just the right look.
Looking for numbers in the SAL field that result as a negative to show the emoji - so far so good. How do I make positive numbers in the ‘test’ field show as a percentage with only two numbers behind the decimal and with proper rounding up?
Thanks in advance for your brilliance!
You can click formatting tab as in the following
It might not be possible the way I recommended because for formatting to work the result of formula should be number. In your case result is emoji or number.
Check out the following base
It manipulates decimal number before and after decimal point.
Please note that this is initial version .
You need to check and modify formulas so that it works for all the possible numbers in your base.
I was also able to change permission to you as editor.
No need to click above link to the base.
You are all set and you should be able to have copy base link as well as you should be able to see formulas.
Other users can click the following link to base and they will get editor access.
It will also have copy-base link to copy base.
Thanks so much Neal, unfortunately when I click the formula, formula 2, formula 3, field 8, and field 9 I can’t see the customize field type option which would show me the formula you made. Would it be possible to change my permission to ‘creator’ so I can see the formula when I select the dropdown for each of these fields in the customize field type option?
I have created field called “Lisa” and it uses single formula instead of using multiple formulas.It will help you to use formula without need of understanding dependent formulas.
Name of field I am using is called “decimal”. You need to replace “decimal” with your fieldname in your base.
Formula expects field to be Decimal instead of currency.
At present your SAL is of type currency. Change its formatting to be Decimal.
i.e. Customize field SAL formatting to be
Decimal(1.0) with precision 1.00
Thanks, Neal, unfortunately, that is not an option. I have to keep the SAL field as a dollar amount.
This is what I was able to do as a workaround. I can’t have the emoticon face populate for negative numbers in the SAL field - which what I was looking for. But until there is a better solution, I’ll have to stick with this:
I am grateful for your support in all of this!
Try the following