Jun 15, 2019 09:01 AM
We have an order form link with a database of products, we would like to have the qty affect the product pricing.
1 - 59 = $0.35/each
60 - 199 = $0.30/each
200 - 999 = $0.25/each
1000 - 2999 = $0.22/each
We have around 300 products into our database, around 100 needs to be quantity-based pricing.
Is there someone here that can help us with this?
Jun 15, 2019 09:49 AM
I’d be happy to go over my ideas with you via a phone consultation if you’d like.
Would you be available to schedule a call so we can discuss your project in detail so I can hear your ideas and provide a price and turn around time to get this going.
If you’d like to discuss your project, please schedule a free consultation with me via this link:
You can also connect with me on linkedin - http://linkedin.com/in/eckline
Jun 15, 2019 12:56 PM
Are you hoping to have the dynamic pricing display on the form?
If so, that is likely something that can be accomplished with our On2Air: Forms and Jotform
If you just need it to calculate after form submission in Airtable, that should be doable with a formula.
Jun 16, 2019 04:44 AM
Thanks for your reply, we would prefer doing this by email, we are really busy at the office, it’s quite hard for me to plan and take time for a consultation.
That project could be several steps. To start we would simply need a qty - product (dropdown) - price. The price will look at another table for the product code and take the price according to the qty.
Let me know the possibility!
Jun 16, 2019 04:47 AM
Thanks. We use GravityForms for all our forms, we recently discover Airtable and we really like it.
If you have something with GravityForms, that would be great or even better for us, directly into Airtable.
If we do that directly inside Airtable, we can add new entries into Grid.