With our calculator content item and its formula builder you can create an interactive calculator, which can be easily embedded into your website in minutes.

**Calculators are available for paid plans only, **but can be tested in draft projects on free plans**.** Use this** **feature** **to create cost estimations and pricing calculators for your services and products, let your users interact on your website and gather more effective leads.

To use it, simply create a new project or start editing an existing one.

For using the answers to a specific question in the calculation, click on that question in the editor and set "**ANSWER IS REQUIRED**" to active. If you want to use a question in a project that has multiple outcomes, make sure to also turn on "individual score" for the question to be available in the formula builder.

To insert individual values for each answer of Multiple Choice, Image Answer or Dropdown elements, activate "I**NDIVIDUAL SCORE & CALCULATION**" and input the values in the "VALUE" field. If you do not use individual scores, the calculation will use 1 for correct answers and 0 for incorrect answers. Slider elements do not need this option. Free Text Inputs require the option "Only Accept Numbers".

Once you've gone through the questions and set everything up, you can add a **calculator item** from the content items list.

**Note** that it might be greyed out. This is due to the fact, that you can currently drag & drop calculators only on the Thank You and Outcome pages.

You have several design and content options to customize the look and feel.

You can click on Open Formula Builder to start customizing your calculation.

For creating a formula you'll be able to choose any of the required Multiple Choice, Dropdown and Image Answer Questions, as well as the Free Answer Questions with the "Only Accept Numbers" option selected or any Slider element.

You can use various operators like "+", "-", "*", "/", "^" (plus, minus, multiply, divide, exponent) from your keyboard and create complex formulas. You can also use the bracket symbols "(" and ")" to control the order of the operations.

Also you can either click on or drag & drop any question from the left into the formula field.

The formula takes the answers given by any particular user and calculates and displays the result according to the formula you've set up. You currently cannot use a calculation without showing the result to your participant.

Be aware that displaying the result does not work in the editor preview or the template preview, where an X will appear instead. Please click "TRY IT" to test the actual calculation.