How do I apply a discount to the buy cost of a product?
To apply a discount to the buy cost, you have to turn on the discount calculator feature in AZInsight. To do this, follow these steps below:
- Click on the gear settings icon. ⚙
- Click on Calculator Settings then locate and click on the section labeled Discount Calculator
- Click the Enable, then Click SAVE to apply the changes.
- Click back to the calculator tab, and you will see a new input field appear called Discount
- Please enter the discount in a percent form, then click enter to apply it to your calculations.
To see the total discount, hover the mouse over the ⓘ icon t shows the Fees Breakdown. You see a line with the new buy cost in the Fees Breakdown window after the discount, and the total discount applied.
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