Convert different currencies and compose them into one message

I sell products in 3 currencies (USD, EUR, GBP)

I would like to achieve this effect:

  1. I extract sales data from the last week from my WooCommerce
  2. I sum up sales in specific currencies
  3. I convert the total sales of USD, EUR and GBP to PLN
  4. I send the total sales in PLN in a message on Slack

Thanks to Modular Currency, I can convert USD, EUR and GBP to PLN, but it turns out that I can’t combine these values into one Slack message.

How can I achieve this effect?

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Hello! Thank you for the answer. I tried to follow this tutorial “Router Magic Formula” and I made scenario like this:

However it does not work as it should and the final message in slack is totally wrong.

What I am missing?

The video also mentioned about the order of routes in the router. You have to ensure the routes in the right order, so that the Slack module is last.

Click the Auto-Align button to sort the routes according to the run order.


If they are the wrong order, the video explains how to reorder the routes.


That was a crucial bit! It works, thanks!

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No problem, glad I could help!

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