Add formula column output to emails

This seems like a no-brainer.

I would like to use the email integration (gmail in my case) to send invoices, remittances and sales figures via email from a pulse. Sadly, while you can export column data to an email, you cannot add data from formula columns. My boards have several formulas that add in taxes and totals.

Pretty standard stuff really, but tragically can’t be sent via email. I can’t be the only one who ever wanted to send a totalised invoice to someone via Monday and I hope that this feature can be added to the roadmap.

If anyone has a workaround I’d love to hear it.

I’m stuck at the same thing :frowning:
I’m implementing digital document workflow and this breaks my idea for issuing receipts.

Hi @J-Dog & @t.maciag - thanks for posting about this! At this time, the Formula column is not supported in integrations. Our team is aware of this request, and I would be happy to pass along your support for this functionality as well!

any news on this? I have so many functions to implement that require simple formulas in emails…Looking at alternatives to Monday now as we really need this

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I need this as well. For now I am using General Caster integration (which is in beta mode) and this works. But it would be so much better to be able to do this within without another automation running.

I also need this, please let us now what the status is of this issue.
I have seen posts from a year ago about this problem.

We are really looking forward for this feature too. Keep us updated please.

Any news, this would hem us

Thank you for clarifying Melissa - Given that it is not possible to include formulas in integrations. Is it possible to copy the value of a formula column into another column that is text type? Then include the text column in the email. I am trying to find a work around, the formula+email solution is the reason we are paying for the PRO plan. Your feedback will be appreciated. THANKS!

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Hi @renova -

You could do this with General Caster app. DocuGen recommends it as a workaround for using formula column values as discussed here: Include formula columns in your documents using General Caster – DocuGen

That is an awesome suggestion polishedgeek, thanks a lot! I have not tried it yet but I it looks like it could work. I will report back…

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