Take a look at this one. The secret is to add each of your variables together using a set of triggers then divide that value by the total number of variables (3). Works for me.

Yes. Still using a variable. In your case you'd add your score variables (Results.ScorePercent, Results2.ScorePercent, etc.) to myTotal. Make sure that your variables are all set as numbers.

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Take a look at this one. The secret is to add each of your variables together using a set of triggers then divide that value by the total number of variables (3). Works for me.

averageme.storyPerfect, thanks for your help. That's exactly what I needed.

Jesse

Is this the same thing as using a variable? On here its using a numeric entry field.

Yes. Still using a variable. In your case you'd add your score variables (Results.ScorePercent, Results2.ScorePercent, etc.) to myTotal. Make sure that your variables are all set as numbers.

Great, thank you!

Thank you Steve, very helpful.

Thanks for letting us know that this thread is still helping others Agustin :)