Shortcodes in Output Messages
There are a while range of shortcodes you can use in the output message. For example:
Your repayments will be [repayment] at [rate] interest each [period].
The interest to pay is [interest] on a loan of [principle] giving a total of [total].
The repayment date is [date].
The shortcodes are:
|[repayment]||How much will be repaid each period|
|[step]||The step size|
|[rate]||The interest rate|
|[interest]||The interest to be paid|
|[processing]||The processing amount|
|[total]||The total to be repaid|
|[princple]||The amount slider value|
|[term]||The term slider value|
|[period]||The period: days, weeks, months or years|
|[date]||The repayment date. There are options to change the format in the settings|
|[downpayment]||The downpayment value. Example|
|[fixeddownpayment]||The fixed downpayment value|
|[downpaymentpercent]||The downpayment percentage|
|[mitigated]||The loan amount after the downpayment has been subtracted from the principle|
|[primary]||The total to pay using the primary interest rate. Explanation and Example|
|[secondary]||The total to pay using the secondary interest rate. Explanation and Example|
|[percentagesX]||A percentage of the loan amount. Explanation and Example|