Pricing Table calculations: Excel Formulas.
Enable much higher flexibility in the Pricing Table with Excellike formulas that allow summing up the columns you like or aggregating a total based on custom rules.
Hi,
Thank you so much for reaching out â€“ that is a great suggestion and we have had other customers asking about this feature as well. While weâ€™re looking into the possibility of developing it â€“ it isnâ€™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

Joris de Boer commented
Simple formulas in a pricing table would be absolutely a big plus.

Red Safety commented
I'm looking for this as well. Just saying!

Alison Henry commented
This is so critical for so many. Please add soon

Andrew Campling commented
Is there any timescale on this, since I voted last year is gathered a good deal of momentum, topping 500 votes. Please PandaDoc, get this sorted, it's a massive time saver and I'm sure would help all your users generate more business.

Geoff Meczka commented
The current functionality of the Pricing Tables and Advanced Quotes is a big let down. There are far too many limitations.
The advanced quote tables take up far too much page space when presenting multiple items to a client. What should be a 12 page document turns out to be 7 when using advanced quotes.

AdminAnonymous (Admin, PandaDoc) commented
add a formula to pricing table where the price per item changes as the quantity goes higher

Paul Cedric Guevarra commented
Option for the user/sender to divide, add, subtract,multiply qoute/pricing table totals

Ernie de Wal commented
If this is under development there should be the ability to determine the number of columns desired, the headings to be assigned to thee columns AND ensure that this is API accessible.

Andrew Arbuckle commented
It would be good to hear some feedback from Pandadoc if this will ever be on the roadmap? Its been a top rated idea for along time. the ability for some very simple calculations from document value would save hours of work a week for my team.

Angelica Lapat commented
The ability to put a cell in the pricing table to take a percentage of another number in the pricing table

Jak Longstaff commented
Please add

Chris Green commented
Maybe a line of txt could also be added on why we are giving them a discount? e.g 15% discount for ex showroom machine or Â£15k discount for some people :

Andrew Campling commented
Hi, many of my customers would prefer to see the discounted total before tax i added. It just make more sense, even for VAT rated customers.

Hannah Lawrence commented
Yes please! I would like to show onetime fees in one column and annual fees in a 2nd column and then total the onetime and annual fees in a row at the bottom. Seems very basic. Creating separate pricing tables for both types of fees creates unnecessary length and user confusion.

Daria Serebriakova commented
Option to create formulas in regular table

Anonymous commented
I would like to add below subtotal a divider by 12 to detail the monthly payment

Nicole Hoadley commented
Yes, being able to multiply or divide in order to put together a total and then a monthly retainer for my agency is crucial

Emily Gould commented
use a formula for the unit price

AdminAnonymous (Admin, PandaDoc) commented
advanced calculations/ cpq  divide by month the price for each product line item in the pricing table

Paul Cedric Guevarra commented
Formula option for Tables