Using the Quantity element allows you to create any type of numbers as input.
The Quantity element contains the following attributes:
  • Element Name - Title of the element
  • Element Description - Description of the element
  • Description Position - Position of the text, which is written on the Description field
  • Step - Defines up and down buttons step value
  • Element Placeholder - You can either fill the placeholder or not (It is not required)
  • Default Value - The default value field takes inputs after you add option values in Add Drop Down Options
  • Quantity Unit - Assets how much the number can change. For example: If the unit field is 1, the quantity will increase by one.
  • Currency Symbol On Total Description - Enable if you want to disable the currency symbol in the total summary
  • Enable Currency Settings - Applies global currency settings such as thousand and decimal separators, number of decimals to the entered value
  • Round Value - Enable if you want not to round value to the whole number in the total summary
  • Required - Defines whether the element will be required to fill or not
  • Default Hidden - The element will be hidden until a corresponding condition is met
  • Additional Classes - Add extra classes to the HTML elements to further style changes
Let's check the example of this element:
The result of the Quantity element in the calculator form:
The result of the Quantity element in the total summary:
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