Dropdown with Checkboxes
This field adds an attractive dropdown list which displays Items with a Check Box in front of their names.
It allows users to select values from a list. On submit, this field will generate the following tokens: [<FieldName>] (which yields the value), [<FieldName>:Text], [<FieldName>:Value], [<FieldName>:JsonArray]. Note that if your options don’t have a value (there’s nothing after the pipe character in the list below), then all will return the same value.
- Link To
Link this to another multi-select field that when changed will cause this control to update with different items. For example, imagine Category and Subcategory selection. When this option is used, prefix each item below with the name of the parent category like this: “Value Of Parent Item/This Item”.
Note: When linking to another field and using the Items Data Source, if any part of the text or value of the options in the field includes a forward slash (/) character, that character must also be escaped using a back slash (\) character. For example, if one of your items was Type of Answer/Yes/No/Maybe, you would enter it in your items list like this: Type of Answer/Yes\/No\/Maybe
- Determines which of the check boxes are initially selected. Possible values are from the Item list. Separate multiple values with semicolon (;) characters. Supports My Tokens so you can pull data from various sources such as user profile.
Checked - The input will show the number of selected items.
Unchecked - The input will show the text of the selected items, separated by comma.