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Phone Formatter: Missing country code for Turkey

  • 16 July 2021
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In Phone Number Country Code section, I can not find "Use a Custom Value (advanced)"in dropdown menu. What should I do for (90) country code?


Best answer by SamB 12 August 2021, 17:51

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Userlevel 7
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Hi @Mertalankaya 

If it’s always +90, you can just add the text in front of the mapped value like this: 


Userlevel 1

Hi @robschmidt 

Thank you for reply.

No, it is already coming with +90 like '+905325550000' from Facebook. With this phone format, I am trying erase '+' sign. The phone number should start with 90 and shouldn't have + sign. I choose 8th (No symbols, International) but after that I couldn't find Turkey in country code section.

It says 'The 2-letter ISO country code of the phone number. If not listed, you can select "Use a Custom Value (advanced)" and enter an ISO country code (list of 2-letter ISO country codes here).'

I couldn't find custom value either.

Additional information, sometime phone numbers comes like, ‘05325550000’. This tool adds US country code, because I couldn’t choose Turkey. 


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Hi @Mertalankaya,

There is another way to address your problem. This fast paced video might be able to help format your the phone number: 


Hope this helps!

Happy Zapping 🤓

Userlevel 7
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Just wanted to follow up here to clarify that it when using a Formatter (Number > Format Phone Number) action, it is possible to select Turkey using the Custom option from the Phone Number Country Code field. :)

You’d do that by selecting the Custom option first, then you’d type in the ISO country code for Turkey (TR):


A list of the possible 2-letter country codes is available to view here: Country Codes

You’d want also to have the “15558001212 (No Symbols, International)” option is selected in the To Format field, as shown in the screenshot above. That will allow the Zap to both remove the + from the start of phone numbers and ensure that numbers like “05325550000” are converted to “905325550000”: