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How to edit currency formatting for your dynamic price attributes in the ad editor?
How to edit currency formatting for your dynamic price attributes in the ad editor?

Read the currency formats supported for dynamic feeds and start customizing your dynamic ads.

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One of the great benefits of using dynamic elements in your ads is to deliver personalized messages to your audience. This helps in making sure you show the right content to the right people at the right time. Price is a very important information and Bannerwise makes sure that the correct currency formatting accompanies it.

You can customize the currency formatting of attributes containing a price value while you're designing your creatives in the ad editor. This option is available both for "Single view" and "All view".

  • The first step is to add a dynamic element ("price", "sale_price"...) to the canvas. The element must contain a price value in it. To achieve this, click on the "+" menu and click on "Dynamic".

  • As "Reference" select one whose value is a price and click on "Continue".

  • The dynamic content will now display in the canvas.

  • On the property panel, under "Text" tab, there is a "Currency Formatting" dropdown menu. Click on it and select the one you need.

The dropdown menu will show 10 options you can choose from. However, if you want to customize even more how dynamic prices will display, you can do so by selecting "Customize" option.

Start customizing your price display with the options visible in the image below. The full amount and decimal example on the left part will immediately show the choices selected:

  • Currency sign: Choose wether you want the currency sign to be visible and wether you prefer it to be placed on the right or left of the amount. The supported options are:

    • None

    • Left

    • Right

  • Space between amount and sign: Enable or disable the option to either have a space between the amount and sign or not.

  • Formatting for thousands: Select the quotation mark that will display when price amounts contain thousands. The supported options are:

    • None

    • Point

    • Comma

    • Single quote

    • Space

  • Decimal number separation: Choose the quotation mark that will separate decimal numbers. The supported options are:

    • None

    • Point

    • Comma

  • Decimal alignment: Select how the decimal numbers will be aligned with the rest of the number. Supported options are:

    • Inline

    • Superscript

    • subscript

  • Full amounts: Do you want full amounts to display decimals or not? Supported options are:

    • None

    • 00

    • -

We hope the information in this article was useful to achieve your goal. If there is anything else we can help you with and you couldn't find it in our help center, don't hesitate to contact us by chat.

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