Format numbers to a government standard

Hi there - I’m adding a field for EIN to my Feathery form. I’m not sure how to format a number that isn’t already a preset option (eg social)

The format for an EIN is The format of an Employer Identification Number (EIN) is: XX-XXXXXXX

  • The first two digits (XX) represent a prefix code
  • The remaining seven digits (XXXXXXX) are a unique set of numbers

Ideally, we display 9 XX-XXXXXXX to the user, and send the complete 9-digit string to Salesforce on the back-end w/out dashes. Thanks for your help.

Hello there! Outside of the existing presets, we do not have this functionality to format a number field in that way natively in the Form Designer yet. However, you can submit your request as a feature request, so that our team can take a look at it sooner and implement it the future.

This will really help us to improve and add additional functionalities to our form designer.

Hi, just want to add. As a workaround, you can use a Text Field instead and utilize Allowed Characters and Mask for formatting. This will save the whole value, numbers and dashes, as a text and then you can just add a logic to reformat and parse the value.