AntsRoute offers a function that automatically calculates the price of work orders or deliveries based on a base price and conditions linked to custom fields.

☝️ **Good to know**: In calculating this price, you can also decide to include the price of items and the price of types of service.

Here are the steps to follow to define a method for calculating the price of work orders:

## Activate the function for calculating the price of work orders

- Go to the “
**Settings**” module. - Click on the “
**Price of work orders**” tab. - Click on the toggle to “
**Activate work order price calculation**”.

## Define a method for calculating the price of work orders

- Decide whether to include the price of items in the calculation.
- Decide whether to include the price of the type of service in the calculation.
- Enter a “
**Fixed price**”. - Click on the “
**Add a calculation**” button. - Select a multiplicand custom field (type number) or no field (equal to 1).
- Set a multiplier price.
- Set one or more conditions linked to a
**custom field**or a**geographical distance**(optional). - Add other calculations if necessary.
- Click on the “
**Save**” button.

💡 *If you do not want to include a fixed price, enter “0” in the relevant field.*

💡 *The geographical distance corresponds to an interval expressed in kilometres.*

☝️ **Good to know**: If you plan your work orders manually, you can see in real time how the “Price” field is updated according to the custom fields you enter.

Let's take the example of the calculation method below:

The price of a delivery to a customer living on the second floor of a building without a lift would be: 10 + [ 2 x € 10 ] = € 30.

Here's another example:

The price of a delivery to a customer living on the second floor of a building without a lift located 25 km away would be: € 10 + [ 2 x € 10 ] + [ 25 x € 1 ] = € 55.