Handling decimal or fractional quantities of an item for Square transactions

Square allows sellers to sell a fractional part of a product (such as 2.75 pounds of an item that is sold by the pound or .75 yards of an item that is sold by the yard.)

If we see a line item with fractional quantities for Square transactions, our system will convert the quantity of items with decimal quantities to "1" and adjust the unit price to match the line item amount in our Reports.
  • This will not affect items without decimal/fractional quantities.
Here are some examples:
  • You sell an item with a Quantity of 0.5 and the product is imported with a line Item amount of $10.00 our system will display this as  → Quantity: 1, Unit Price: $10.00
  • You sell an item with a Quantity of 5.7 and the product is imported with a line Item amount of $10.00 our system will display this as → Quantity: 1, Unit Price: $10.00
  • You sell an item with a Quantity of 2 and the product is imported with a line Item amount of $10.00 our system will display this as  → Quantity: 2, Unit Price: $5.00
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