Support » Plugin: Product Options and Price Calculation Formulas for WooCommerce – Uni CPO » What variable do I use to get the current calculated price?

• Resolved CarolLeung

(@carolleung)

I tried {uni_cpo_price}+342 but that does not grab the current calculated price and doesn’t add 342 to it, it does nothing to the calculated price, doesn’t even add 342 to the price.

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• Plugin Author moomooagency

(@moomooagency)

Hi. Answered to you via email.

CarolLeung

(@carolleung)

Which email is it from and what is the subject? I can’t find it in my inbox even if I type “uni cpo” or “moomooagency” in search

CarolLeung

(@carolleung)

Nevermind, I just found it, it was in my other email

Hello
I also need to know what variable to use to get the current calculated price so I dont have to set up so many rules in the formula.

I Will like to calculate the Price base on meters and then been able to add another price depending in one of the options.

Is it possible to get the current calculate Price?

Thank you

PD: I alredy bought 2 pro licenses

Plugin Author moomooagency

(@moomooagency)

Yes it is possible.

I think you should use NOV to calculate the price base on meters. Then you will be able to use that NOV variable in another formula (in another NOV).

If you have questions please check the documentation https://moomoo-agency.gitbooks.io/uni-cpo-4-documentation/content/nov.html and also please check our video tutorials https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC7Otx-N7qei-SEyuoGEftQ/videos

Hello
I already use formula for área, the Problem is that the formula depends on 2 variables that the client has to enter and depending on those variables there are many diferente prices, so to calculate the base Price there are already 14 rules.

Then I have 10 extra diferente options to calculate, so if in each rule I add the new 10 options I Will end up with 140 rules.

So I was looking for a Way to: first calculate the Price of the base with the 14 rules, than add 10 more rules, each for each option with the formula (calculated Price + Price option)

Is it possible? I Will keep looking for a solution

Thank you

Plugin Author moomooagency

(@moomooagency)

Yes, I think it is possible.