In your tender there is a special option available that you can activate: Specific data. This is an extra tab that you activate under the Options tab and where you can add multiple fields to the tender yourself. Here you then register additional information regarding the tender, about which you can report via the report manager.

Specific dates.

Click on the Options tab and then on Other Options.
Check here Activate 'specific data' tab within 'options' to activate this function.

If this option is enabled in the tender template, the tab will automatically appear in all tenders that are created from the template.


The fields are not visible to the Providers.

You can add the following types of fields:

Rule Explanation
-Text: A text box without formatting
-Currency: A field for single amounts according to a chosen currency
-Rich texts: A text box with layout options
-Dropdown: A selection field for choosing one or more options
-Multiple choice: A selection field for choosing one or more options (similar to Dropdown)
-Document: A document can be added here
-Date: A date can be entered here
-Enumeration: A field type for creating an enumeration

In addition to formatting one or more fields, you can create rules that make these fields respond to each other smartly. The following rules are available:

-Rule Explanation
-Visible: If This field is only visible if a certain value has been entered for another field
-Mandatory field: This field must be filled in by the Purchaser
-Prescribed Format: The text must meet a certain format, for example a telephone number
-Range: The value must lie between 2 other values. For example between 2 dates or 2 amounts.

You may encounter a limit when creating a field or adding choices, for example, in a drop-down menu. The number of possible characters in a field are large, but limited. This can depend on the number of choice options in your field along with other properties such as: the number of characters in the options, reference name, displayed name, applied line or description. If necessary, adjust the number of characters in different fields or look for special characters such as & * () #. They are registered as more than one character in the database.