Number Field

The Number Field can be used to store whole or decimal numbers. The Number Field is most commonly used to store:

  • Estimates (e.g: the Task’s Estimate)
  • Scores (e.g: the Sales Lead’s Score)
  • Values (e.g: the Deal Value)

Adding a Number Field

Learn how you can add a new Field in Fusioo. Here are some of the Number Field’s additional options:

Auto increment

If ticked, a unique number will be generated automatically when a new record is created.

When adding a new Number Field, you can choose the increment starting point.

New auto increment

When an existing Number Field is set to auto increment, Fusioo will start the auto increment from the largest existing value.

Existing auto increment
Default Number The Default Number (Value) is added automatically when creating a new record.
Minimum Value The Minimum Value option is used to set the lowest numeric value that can be entered in the Text Field.
Maximum Value The Maximum Value option is used to set the highest numeric value that can be entered in the Text Field.
Decimal Places

The maximum number of decimal places allowed.

When left empty, only whole numbers will be allowed.

Unit A short number description (suffix). For example $, % or Km.
Format Number When ticked, this option will format the number according to the User’s culture settings. For example, 150500 may be formatted as 150,500.

Here’s how the Field will appear when you are:

  • Creating a new record
    While creating record


  • Viewing a record
    While viewing a record


  • In the List View
    In the list view


  • In the Badge View
    In the badge view


Additional Information

Can be used for searching? Yes
Can be used to sort records? Yes
Can be used as a Badge Heading? Yes
Can be used for grouping in the Kanban Board? No
Filtering options
  • Greater than
  • Less than
  • Greater than or equal to
  • Less than or equal to
  • Equal to
  • Not equal to
  • Is not empty
  • Is empty
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