The main difference between these two smart fields is the amounts they calculate.
  • A Constituent Revenue Amounts Smart Field will count the overall revenue amount. For example, if you have a $50 order comprised of a $30 ticket purchase and a $20 donation, when choosing to count donations, this smart field will count $50 since that is the total amount of the revenue.
  • A Constituent Revenue Application Amounts Smart Field will count the application amount. Using the same example, when choosing to count donations, this smart field will count $20 since that is the amount applied to a donation. 
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In addition to these differences, the smart fields also have different options:
 Constituent Revenue AmountsConstituent Revenue Application Amounts
AmountsThis Smart Field can be configured to return the following amounts as the value: Largest Gift Amount, Smallest Gift Amount, Total Gift Amount, First Gift Amount, Latest Gift AmountThis Smart Field can be configured to return the following amounts as the value: Largest Application Amount, Smallest Application Amount, Total Application Amount, First Application Amount, Latest Application Amount
CalculatesWill only consider Constituent Revenue in the calculation. This does not consider any soft credits or spouse/household member revenue.You can choose to calculate the amount based on Constituent Revenue, Constituent Revenue Recognition Credits, Household Member Revenue, or Household Member Revenue Recognition.

If you select to consider recognition, you can also choose what types of recognition credits to count.
Additional Filter Criteria

In addition to selecting what types of revenue to include, you can also specify what designations to include in the calculation.

In addition to selecting what types of revenue to include, this smart field also allows you to use an Application Selection to specify what you'd like to include in the calculation. This could consider revenue to specific designations, specific membership programs, or specific events.