Multiple Choice

The Multiple Choice Field is a closed-ended field type where people can select one or more values from a list of choices.

  • Agree to Terms
    • This field allows a user to agree to your terms or legal agreements by requiring the user to take some form of action, typically clicking the “Agree to Terms and Conditions” checkbox.
  • Agree to Terms PopUp
    • This field allows a user to agree to your terms or legal agreements by requiring the user to take some form of action, typically clicking the “Agree to Terms and Conditions” checkbox. A link is provided to your Terms of Service agreement page, which will be opened in a PopUp.
  • Dropdown with Autocomplete
    • This field enables users to quickly find and select from a pre-populated list of values as they type, leveraging searching and filtering. It provides suggestions while you type into the field. For example type “dn” for Dnn Sharp.
  • Dropdown with Checkboxes
    • This field adds an attractive dropdown list which displays Items with a Check Box in front of their names.
  • Item Picker (Tree View)
    • This field was specially designed for choosing items from a dropdown where the data source and the display should be structured as a tree.
  • Multiple Choice (With Checkboxes)
    • The Checkboxes field is a checkbox group, which contains a list of items, and the label of the group is the title displayed on front-end.
  • Multiple Choice (With Dropdown)

    • The multiple choice (with DropDown) option is used to create a list of items for a user to choose from, allows the users to select a value from a list of items.
  • Multiple Choice (With Radio boxes)

    • A multi-purpose field used to allow the user to “choose” one or more options. It can be rendered as radio boxes or as radio buttons.
  • Slider

    • The Slider Field allows users to slide through the values of an array. It offers dual handles, floating point values, text/label/select output.
  • Sortable Input
    • The Sortable Input field allows users to change the items’ position and manipulate them using simple drag and drop.
  • Tags Input
    • The Tag Input field allows users to type a list of keywords and an autocomplete suggestion list is displayed while typing matching values.
  • True/False (Checkbox)
    • This field creates a single input checkbox. It should always be used for a field that has a boolean value: if the box is checked, the field will be set to true, if the box is unchecked, the value will be set to false.
  • Yes/No (Radio boxes)
    • This field allows the user to choose only one of two mutually exclusive options: Yes or No.
  • Yes/No/Maybe (Radio Boxes)
    • This field allows the user to choose only one of two mutually exclusive options: Yes, No or Maybe.