Rainer Grabowski (FVM)

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  • Hi Bobby, create a calculation field in the Events App: @total - @sum of Expenses @total = field name where total number is in Expenses = field name where the amount for the expense is in Rainer

  • Hi John, I use this to get the thousand separator (,): Field.toFixed(2).replace(/\d(?=(\d{3})+\.)/g, '$&,') Rainer rg@delos-consulting.com

  • The Podio problem is resolved. The latest calculation of your new calulation field will be done, the old calculation field should now disappear from your records.

  • Hi Rich, Podio has performance problems in this minutes. They delay calculations and workflows (will be executed when problem is solved) They work on it, and they are fast.

  • Hi Jan, you don't do wrong anything. array[0] works, array[1] works not in the calculation field. The last element in your array you get with : betrag.[betrag.length-1] By chance, I've investig...

  • No, wouldn't. I do it this way with a workaround, when I need start/end for calendar and for calculation: I create an additional date field at the bottom of the app and name it like [endDate for B...

  • Hi James, it's not possible to get the end date from a combined date field with start and end. You have to use to 2 separate date fields if you want to calculate with them. Rainer

  • Hi Luis, you can get the sum of the value of all related products in a calculation field with: @sum of value If this doesn't work with your app setup, please describe exactly which field is in w...

  • Hello Jose, no, not possible. Only with the help of a Podio extension like Globiflow. For more details about this issue see here https://help.podio.com/hc/communities/public/questions/204569657-D...

  • Hi Jarrod, you must at least have one (blue) @field-token in your calculation field. https://help.podio.com/hc/en-us/articles/201019358-Calculations For example: moment(@YourDateField).format("...