How to Add a Formula Column to a Report

How to Add a Formula Column to a Report

Created by: Geraldene Sibi de la Torre

Modified on: Mon, 12 Aug, 2019 at 3:16 PM

Creating a custom calculation is basic functionality included in the Wink Reports Report Designer which can be easily applied by adding a formula column.

Follow these steps to add formula column:

1. From the report designer, select LAYOUT.


You will notice that "Formula Column 1"  is added to the end of the columns by default. You can drag this column to rearrange if required.

"FORMULA COLUMN 1"  is also automatically added to your reporting data.


  •  Click the "gear icon" as below.

Then change/edit:

4. Your Formula Column is now successfully added to your reporting data

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