Building your own custom calculator with Calconic is simple; just add input fields as needed, write a formula that connects the input fields and calculates their values, design a layout and you’re all set. Whatever calculator you’re building, CALCONIC_ offers the flexibility you need.
Our WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) calculator editor is designed to be as user-friendly as possible. It allows you to simply drag and drop elements and input fields so you can build a calculator that looks exactly the way you want it to. Decimal point, thousands separator, gauge colors or a slider step – even the smallest of details on your calculator can be adjusted to meet your needs. And what’s most important – building your custom calculator requires absolutely no prior programming experience
The Order Form tool is a handy element that allows you to collect customer names, contact details, mark dates, and other information, and receive email alerts when orders are submitted. This makes your interactive calculator into a lead generation tool, which lets you get hot leads with the information of their interests in your product or service.
Turn your Calconic calculator into a powerful e-commerce tool. Add a PayPal Payment button to your custom calculator and start accepting one-off payments directly on your website. All you have to do is connect your calculator with your PayPal account your calculator won’t let your visitors skip any steps between product choice and checkout.
Your calculator users will be able to send the results to their email with the full summary of their choices and final calculations or estimates. You will also be able to customize how that email will look and send a copy to yourself. That way you can start building your subscribers list by exchanging value for clients’ email addresses.
Our graphical formula editor makes it easier to write complex formulas. With a bunch of mathematical operations and functions to choose from, you can build the perfect calculator for whatever you need. Using logical operators and conditional formula formatting lets you build a calculator that’s even more powerful!
The conditional element visibility feature is extremely handy when you need to show specific information that is dependent on a specific situation. You can hide or reveal specific input fields or components of your calculator depending on the results or values entered into other input fields. When a condition for a specific field is true, the field becomes visible – if not, it remains hidden
Customize color, text, and more to ensure your calculator fits seamlessly into your website’s design, or simply choose from a selection of beautiful calculator themes. Build a calculator that look stunning in just a few clicks!
Connect your Calconic calculator to the other web applications you use via Zapier.com. Get a notification sent to Slack, a new task created on Salesforce, or a new entry added to a Google Spredsheet when an order or payment is submitted through your calculator. And that’s just the beginning – there are dozens of other ways to automate your daily tasks with your calculator
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With our calculator builder you can use a wide range of fields and elements that empower you to create calculators that fullfill your business needs
A slider is a graphical input field that allows site visitors to input a number within a specified range. It provides a formula with a numeric value chosen by the site visitor.
A formula makes mathematical calculations and shows users the numerical result of these calculations.
A radio button creates a list of predefined selectable options. Site visitor can choose only one of these options. The radio button provides a formula with the predefined value of the selected option.
A checkbox is a specific type of two-state button that can be checked or unchecked. It provides a formula with one predefined value if the box is checked, and another predefined value if the box is unchecked.
Start taking orders by adding the Order Form tool to your calculator. Collect customer names, contact details and other information, and receive email alerts when orders are submitted.
Easily accept one-off payments through Calconic’s simple PayPal integration. Add a PayPal payment button to your calculator and start accepting payments directly on your website.
The mail results tool lets you send your website visitors their calculated results directly to their inboxes, and sends you a copy of their results, too.
A select field creates a drop down list of predefined options. Site visitor can choose only one of these options. The Select field feature provides a formula with the predefined value of the selected option.
A numeric input field allows site visitor to enter a number. It then provides a formula with a numeric value added by the site visitor.
A text input field allows site visitors to enter a text. It then provides a formula with the amount of symbols or words added to this field.
An information box creates a place to add text for site visitors to read. It doesn’t contribute to any of the calculations.
A gauge is a nice-looking tool that helps graphically illustrate calculation results.
A text gauge is a helpful tool that puts the results of a given calculation into words.