Pricing Table - numbers / symbols formatting (number of decimals, currency prefix, currency format etc.)
Choose the number of decimals shown to the viewer.
Format numeric values in the Pricing Table to make them appear as a percentage, plain number, or dollar amount.
Thank you so much for reaching out – this is a great suggestion and we have had other customers asking about this feature as well. While we’re looking into the possibility of developing it, it isn’t on our product roadmap for the next few months. Please feel free to upvote or leave your comment to let us know how and why this functionality is important for you. Thank you!
Adam Littlechild commented
For the life of me I cannot work out how to remove the "AU" reference from my pricing table, see here: https://prnt.sc/14frmu1
Please refer to support ticket #242864.
Make it possible to change the currency prefix and notation (selection of a few standard formats). For many currency this would be of great added value. For EURO notations we prefer a space between the euro-symbol and amount (not the official spelling, but the most common in The Netherlands).
We operate in Australia and by default when we select Australian Dollars it is listed as $AU but here in Australia we just want to have this listed as $ since we don't deal with international markets. At the moment we use the USD currency to have the $ displayed correctly. It would be nice if you were not so US centric but changed the display of the currency based perhaps on the location that you select as a default. Here $ infers that you are talking in Australian dollars, $USD infers you are talking about United States Dollars.
Dave Jenkins commented
PandaDoc forces the dollars AND CENTS in the pricing table. It's unnecessary for large projects where pricing is several hundred thousand dollars and uses up an enormous amount of space on the page. Why is there no option to round to the nearest whole dollar amount?
Wade Gubbels commented
Please allow customization of numeric values (significant figures, use of commas, etc.) and let users chose between percentage and flat rate discount, as it appears on the quote, as opposed to a default flat rate.
In Europe the currency symbol does belong behind the figures.
In Germany and Europe you do get a lot of complaints due to the "wrong" appearance of our proposals.
Sheila Crosbie commented
Provide the option to display the Discount column as a percentage (%) value vs dollar ($) value
Inna Babii commented
change eur symbol position in pricing table as per European format
not € 0.00 but 0.00€
Thea Pasilan commented
Have an option to hide/remove the "AUD" in Australian dollars currency, at the moment the client is using the US Dollar as a workaround.
Michael Bauza commented
The customer would like to have the ability to remove decimals and change in the pricing table. Example: instead of $100.00 they want it say $100.
AdminNani Ancheta (Admin, PandaDoc) commented
hide currency in pricing table
Chris Hess commented
Adding this modified "Hide Column" request here because in some of these usage cases it will be helpful. In your older service QuoteRoller, when editing a document the Price, Qty, and Subtotal columns are “always” visible to editors so we can quickly make revisions. However, the client only sees the Subtotal column in the final document. In PandaDoc we must hide, show, hide, show, etc., and also remember to hide before sending to the client. We need the QuoteRoller hide feature in PandaDoc templates and documents.
Natallia Skarabahatava commented
Option to set up separators for thousands, cents for Norwegian Krone currency within the pricing table
In Norway we are using space or . as the thousand separator. So we would write 115 000,00 or 115.000,00
We are also using , in stead of . for cents
For example, be able to display 20 instead of $20
[Deleted User] commented
Modify/Remove/Hide Currency name eg NZ from NZ$500.00
Yana Martynenko commented
Russian ruble in the pricing should look like 1,000₽.
AdminTate Davis (Admin, PandaDoc) commented
Would like the ability to reflect AU currency in pricing table but not show the AU$ amount that does not look natural, would like a more native format.
For example, we have price in $. The feature request is to be able to remove "$" from the "price", "subtotal", "fee", "tax" and "discount" columns and to be able to remove $ and % from "fee", "tax" and "discount" . At the moment (August 19 2020) it's not possible to show % in "fee", "tax" and "discount" columns, but if this functionality is implemented someday, the feature request is to be able to hide % as well.
Ability to change the formula for the "total" amount in the pricing table footer
Yana Martynenko commented
Change the quantity of decimals (Ev2).