Referring to this page:

It would help if the state field gives also a .max .position value.

Then a more precise calculation would be possible.

Referring to this page:

It would help if the state field gives also a .max .position value.

Then a more precise calculation would be possible.

This is an old page - formulas now support all data types.

Formulas are best understood through the User Guide.

With this in mind, can you explain what you mean by

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The help page I just mentioned as exactly a progress for a formular was used. Let me show a fictional example of what would be nice:

```
progress = State.Position() / State.Max()
```

In your example, what is `State`

?

Is it the standard Fibery Workflow field?

If so, do you mean that for the following example

`State.Position`

= 1 if state is Open

`State.Position`

= 2 if state is In Progress

`State.Position`

= 3 if state is Done

and `State.Max()`

= 3

??