The Decimal Field is for accepting decimal data. For example: 1.4, 4.56, 5.5, etc.
Name your field.
Minimum value accepted.
Maximum value accepted.
Visual format of value.
Visual unit of value.
Required number of decimal places in value.
This allows you to give a hint to help people answer a specific question. This will be displayed below the field, on the device.
A default answer provided by you, placed in the question field. This text can be removed by the user.
How the field is identified in the form (the name of the field). You can also provide custom identifiers for long questions to simplify template creation. Even though longer identifiers take up more space on the template, the data pertaining to that placeholder may not use all the given space and could possibly throw your template out of bounds.
Always (always shows in the form and returns answers in submissions)
Only When (only shows in the form and returns answers in submissions under certain conditions – decided upon by you when you click the “Set Rule” button that appears)
Never (one is never required to answer it in order to submit the form)
When It's active (one has to answer this question in order to submit the form)
When It's active and... (one only needs to answer the question under certain conditions – decided upon by you when you click the “Set Rule” button that appears)
Never (not a read-only question)
Always (always a read-only question)
Only When (only a read-only question under certain conditions – decided upon by you when you click the “Set Rule” button that appears)
Allows you to set a rule so as to ensure the question is answered according to a particular condition.
You are also able to set an error message so as to indicate to the person how they went wrong with their answer and what they need to do in order to correct it.
Records down the time the question was answered.
Records down the location where the question was answered.
Developers Note: The back end converts the field to type float.