Streak has two methods of writing a formula – JavaScript and Spreadsheet formula. This latter method is similar to the language used to write formula in Google Sheets and Excel, but has a select few of their supported functions.

Spreadsheet formulas still require column references to be written in our column notation – a column named Deal Size will need to be referenced as $'Deal Size'  in the formula. They do not support range references at the moment. 

Supported functions

Logic

The only logical function supported at the moment is IF. This evaluates as follows:

= IF(Logical expression, Value if true, Value if false) 

This can be used to evaluate a column that determines cost-per-user pricing based on a column for Subscription type.

= IF($'Subscription type' = 'Annual', 49, 59) 

Numbers

Number functions often support additional values in a comma-separated list. 

We indicate optional values below by surrounding them in brackets and using ellipses. Required values and arguments will not be surrounded by brackets.

= AVERAGE(value 1, [value 2, ...])
= CEILING(value, factor)
= EVEN(value)
= MAX(value 1, [value 2, ...])
= MEDIAN(value 1, [value 2, ...])
= MOD(dividend, divisor)
= MODE(value 1, [value 2, ...])
= ROUND(value, [places])
= ROUNDDOWN(value, [places])
= ROUNDUP(value, [places])
= SUM(value 1, [value 2, ...])
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