The Radio Button component allows the user to make one selection from a list of options displayed.
Component Type Displays the type of this component.
Label Enter the text to be displayed for the field.
Report Label Enter the text to be displayed as the title when running the survey reports.
Font Size Set the size of the label.
Assistance Enter the text to be displayed as a help.
Orientation Select to display the list of Radio Buttons horizontally or vertically from the dropdown list.
Width Sets the width of all components in the panel. This value can be entered as a % or in pixels (px)
Margin Sets the margins around the inside of the component. The margin can be broken down into 4 sections separated by a space. Each section can be entered as a % or in pixels (px). The 4 sections are the margins for: Top, Right, Bottom, Left.
Default Value Set the default value for this field. Leave blank if there is no need for a default value.
Field Name Assign the name of the field to be given to this component. This value can be used in setting conditions in other components.
Options Click on the ‘+’ to add to the list of Radio Buttons to display.
The 2 columns that will be displayed are:
Conditions If the condition returns true, then the component will be visible to the user. If condition returns false, then the component will be hidden to the user. If there is no condition specified, the component will always be displayed.
Mandatory If the toggle switch is on (Blue), the user must enter data into the field in order to continue to the next panel. If this is the last panel, there is the option to specify in the Disposition that data must be entered in order to complete the workitem.
Save Select save to save the changes made and continue editing.
Save & Close Select save & close to save the changes made and close the survey.
Close Select close to cancel the changes made and close the survey.
When selecting a component that has been placed in a panel, there are 3 icons in the top right corner:
In the following example, we will use a Radio Button component that has the question: ‘May I ask you a few questions?’
There will be 2 options in the Radio Button list.
One will have a value of: Yes and the other will have a value of: No.
For this example, the field name for this Radio Button component is: agreement
Following the Radio Button component, we will place a Text component that displays: ‘Thank you for your time, have a nice day.’ if the user selects ‘No’ from the Radio Button component.
The Condition that will be set in the Text component would be as follow:
surveyInformation.agreement.value == ‘No’
Variable in a survey are broken out in 3 parts:
The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.
A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!
Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.