Advanced Conditional Logic in Request Forms and Table View (math. formulas) along with populating the data to another report or table

With current mathematical functions in Table View and Conditional Logic in Request Form, it's impossible to use basic math. functions except of SUM and AVG. It would be much more comfortable to use if you could automate the process in order to decrease manual work. E.g.: we use table view with multiple custom fields  such as Cargo value, Deposit ,Balance and we for each project wi have to count separately each value and then to input this value into the custom field. 

If it's possible to set up Conditional logic in the Request Form or Table view to connect custom fields with advanced mathematical formulas (similar to Smartsheet)- that would be nice and would save lots of time. 

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+1 for this. Additionally, we would like to be able to have formulas that can be used for sub-totals or aggregation within a group of tasks, especially for rolling up from sub-tasks to a parent task.

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For the integration into existing systems the ability to trigger workflows from e-mail and API specifications would be a critical functionality for us

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Stephen

Hi guys, thanks for your suggestion here - it makes perfect sense and our team is looking into ways to implement more calculations for Custom Fields. 

You'll be interested in voting on this post too from Paul, where many members are looking for something similar. If so, please use your vote so our Product Team can see all feedback in one place 👍

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