So most of the time it’s obvious what kind of data an expression currently evaluates to, which means the operators that can interact with that kind of data are obvious.

However, this is an example of when it’s not obvious and Bubble is cutting off an operation I need to do.

I’m counting the number of users who meet the filter criteria and putting it into a list of numbers. The problem is that a list of numbers won’t allow duplicate numbers. So what I want to do is add a few random decimal places to each number. That way they’ll be like 1.196, 1.149, 1.128 and so on so they’ll all be unique but won’t look different in the graph.

So what I need to do next is get some math operators, which should be possible because after :count the expression is a number, but it’s only giving me list options. I don’t want to manipulate the list after :count is added to it as an item, I want to further manipulate the number before it’s added as an item.

There should be math options in the dropdown.