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Besides creating an additional token with the negative value of the original token, is there a way to negate a token value

We are creating a new Lead Scoring Program, but we would like to accommodate for changes in jobs by wiping out the score value for the previous job title, and assigning the  score value for the new job title category.  there are only 4 categories for which we are referring to here.  i tried adding a "-" negative in front of the token, but that didn't seem to work.  Any ideas?

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Re: Besides creating an additional token with the negative value of the original token, is there a way to negate a token value

The token needs to contain the increment/decrement. If it's only 4 categories why not create these score adjuster tokens, then remove them?

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Re: Besides creating an additional token with the negative value of the original token, is there a way to negate a token value

The token needs to contain the increment/decrement. If it's only 4 categories why not create these score adjuster tokens, then remove them?

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Re: Besides creating an additional token with the negative value of the original token, is there a way to negate a token value

This is exactly what I ended up doing.  In reality, it was a total of about a dozen additional tokens with negative values, but easy enough to set these up and use these.  It just would have been convenient to negate an existing token to enable wiping out an existing specific demographic score, such as "title function" when this value is changed, such as when a person changes a job, in order to rescore without double scoring from the past score.  But the additional negative value tokens worked just fine.  Thanks.