Column Modifiers help format your text values from your feed when designing templates. To add a modifier, double click on the linked layer in your artboard and select **+ Add Column Modifier** then select from the dropdown the modifier you'd like to add.

| ## Description | ## Example |

Uppercase | capitalizes all linked text | Shoes -> SHOES |

Lowercase | lowercase all linked text | Shoes -> shoes |

Titlecase | capitalizes the first letter of each word | The perfect running shoe -> The Perfect Running Shoe |

Numerical | strips all characters except for numbers and decimal places | 99.95 USD -> 99.95 |

Add | outputs the addition of the number by an input value* | 99 Add [10] -> 109 |

Subtract | outputs the subtraction of the number by an input value* | 99 Subtract [10] -> 89 |

Multiply | outputs the multiplication of the number by an input value* | 99 Multiply [10] -> 990 |

Divide | outputs the dividend of the number by an input value* | 99 Divide [3] -> 33 |

Currency Dollars | strips all characters and numbers except those to the | 99.95 -> 99 |

Currency Cents | strips all characters and numbers except those to the | 99.95 -> 95 |

Currency Symbol | outputs only the currency symbol of the text | 99.95 USD -> $ |

Format As Currency | will analyze the currency code and format the number as standard currency viewing | 99.95 USD -> $99.95 |

**You can use math modifiers with other column values by inputting the column name without double curly brackets*.

# Stacking Modifiers

Each modifier you add will run off of the previous modifier's output. You can stack multiple modifiers together to create a formula. Below is an example of stacked modifiers which will output a percent value between price and sale_price:

*Breakdown*

The main column being linked here is `price`

. From there, we're subtracting the field `sale_price`

. Then we're dividing the output by the `price`

field again. This gives us a fraction which we'll want to turn into an integer. So we multiply this output by 100. The output will give us a value with two decimals. Two strip these, we take this output and set the **numerical** modifier.

Modifiers can also be added to templated text assets to add additional text outside of the formula templated text assets to add additional text outside of the formula.