Working with the calculator editor
Ready to build a calculator? Here's a quick rundown of some of the more common builder tasks:
The second button in the upper right represents the general "Settings" of the calculator. Now we describe which are the main configurations that can be done:
Open the Element panel by clicking on the + icon in the menu in the top right corner. All elements could be clicked on, or dragged and dropped in the canvas to add it to the calculator. Those are classified in different groups:
To ask questions and use them to calculate results (formulas) with.
To calculate functions and display a result.
Add general components different from questions.
Capture data you can use in formulas calculations.
The most important aspect of lead generation and quoting is collecting the submission data that allows you to follow up on leads. Luckily, collecting submission data is easy with ConvertCalculator.
One of the most annoying things about browsing the web is that pages tend to jump while they are loading. The same can happen when you have dynamic content on your website such as a calculator form. To avoid pages jumping around, and create a Typeform like form, we've created these instructions.
An important submission action is sending an email to you or your customer when clicking a button. Learn here how you can get the most out of your emails.
Variables are a pro feature in ConvertCalculator. They are very similar to formulas. The difference between formulas and variables is that variables can be re-used in other formulas.