Use the Number answer type in a node to request a numerical response from your user. For instance, your users can submit an investment or transaction amount and help you to evaluate whether to do business with them.
Exemplary use cases
Get approval from the right department based on investment amount
Often processes are based on thresholds. In case of an approval relating to investments, different departments are responsible for the approval process. To select the right department for approval, use the Number answer type to let the user type in the investment amount. Then, use conditional logic to choose the right department for approval.
Risk assessment based on transaction amount
When evaluating a business partner, the volume of transaction is often a useful indicator of whether or not doing business is risky. Use the Number answer type to let the user enter the transaction amount. Note that if the business partner deals with another currency, a currency conversion can be applied before the evaluation.
[ 1 ] Content
Use this area to ask your user to enter a numerical value. If you want your users to submit a monetary amount, you can use this space to give them a tip on which currency this should be in. You can use the same formatting options available to you when you create other nodes in your module. As with other nodes, click on INSERT to insert items (conditional blocks, info blocks, or images).
[ 2 ] Input Preview
This area reflects the state and the appearance of the input as presented to your end user. If you choose to toggle on any of the options below, placeholders, default values, or ranges will be displayed accordingly.
[ 3 ] Optional input
Toggle Optional input on if the response is not mandatory for the module. The text "(Optional)" will be added above the input field in the published module.
[ 4 ] Allow decimals
This option is toggled on by default. Toggle it off if the end-user should only be able to enter whole numbers (integers). If a decimal number is referenced as a default value, BRYTER will transform the decimal into an integer.
Please note: if a default value has been set that includes decimals, it will be automatically transformed into a whole number using the MATH.FLOOR function.
[ 5 ] Placeholder
Toggle Placeholder on if you would like to give users a hint of what they should enter. Use this option to specify a placeholder text, such as "Investment amount" or "Transaction (in EUR)" to give your user guidance on the type of information they need to submit. If you want your users to submit a monetary amount, you can use this space to give them a tip on which currency this should be in.
[ 6 ] Custom number format
Toggle Custom number format on if you would like to define the throusand separator. e. You can either type in this default value or reference any value defined in the module. Users can either confirm or change this pre-filled value by typing their answer into the field.
[ 7 ] Default value
Toggle Default value on if you would like to prefill the input field with a pre-defined value. You can either type in this default value or reference any value defined in the module. Users can either confirm or change this pre-filled value by typing their answer into the field.
[ 8 ] Restrict input
Toggle Restrict input on if you want to restrict user input providing a range of possible number values, or by setting a minimum or maximum value to be entered.
[ 9 ] Allow multiple responses
Toggle Allow multiple responses on if you want to dynamically collect the appropriate number of responses for certain question. The end-user will be able to add as many numbers as they wish and all entered numbers can be displayed at later nodes inside the frontend (wizard) or populated into documents or written into a database.
[ 10 ] Document view (beta feature)
Toggle Document view on to choose a document which will be displayed in the published module's frontend next to the Wizard. You can either select a PDF document from a file upload node, a generated document, or by inserting a file retrieved from an integration.
[ 11 ] Notes
Use notes to keep a better overview of your module or to add descriptions of the node content. Notes can also be used to leave comments for collaborators or to flag any to-dos.