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List

Let the user choose between multiple options in a couple of flavors like multiple choice, dropdown, button group and multiple selection (checkboxes).

Options

  • Title: Provide a title to the list question, setting title type and toggle “Title is visible?” to change the visibility on the calculator.
  • Add tooltip: Toggle this option if you want to add a tooltip to the question.
  • Description: Can add a description under the title. Allow to use markdown markups to format.
  • Display as:

    • Multiple choice: List who only admit one correct answer.
    • Multiple selection: List who admit more than one correct answer.
    • Dropdown: Clicking on the item, this option will show the drop-down list.
    • Button group: Place each option on the list as a button.
    • Options: Set up as many options you want with labels and adding value if it is necessary for any calculation.
  • Use images: Toggle this option and upload custom images to show as radio options. Recommended PNG images bigger than 500x500. Default option: Select an option of the list to appear first and will appear if no one changes it.
  • Is this questions required?: Toggle if you want to make this number question mandatory required to answer.
  • Show/Hide Logic: Toggle this if you want to control if this question is shown or hidden under certain circumstances.

    • Visibility formula: If the result of the formula is TRUE or a number above 0. The question is visible. If the result is FALSE or 0, it’s hidden.

Usage in calculations

  • With the list question, you can add multiple options and give them a numerical value. When you use the question reference in a formula, that value of the selected option is returned.
  • When you select the "multiple selection" display type, the total of all selected values will be returned
  • To check if a specific item is selected in a multiple selection, you can use the reference QX{OA}. This returns the value of the option if it's selected, otherwise it returns 0.
  • To return the label of the selected option(s) in a formula, use QX{label}.