A single checkbox is used to indicate agreement to terms and conditions, confirmation, or opt-in.
- In the Form Fields panel (left-hand side), click and drag the Checkbox field onto your form.
- Enter a field name (for internal purposes).
- Enter the checkbox text that will appear next to the checkbox.
- (Optional) Tick if users must tick this checkbox before they can submit their response.
- Save & Close.
Tip: If you want to use the checkbox in an opt-out scenario, click Tick if this checkbox should be ticked by default.
Show details in a pop-up window
- Select your checkbox text.
- Click on Highlight your text then click here to make it link to a popup.
- Enter the contents of the pop-up window (e.g. terms and conditions) and format using the rich-text editor.
- Save & Close.
Show advanced options
Advanced options provide additional controls and functionality as explained in the table below.
|Option||Tick this if you want to…|
|Assign numeric values for your options||Assign a value to this checkbox when ticked to automate calculations within a form. |
To learn more, see Calculation Field.
|Read-only – don’t allow entry into this field||Lock a field to prevent form users from modifying a pre-defined field value. |
For example, you may have a default answer such as ‘today’s date’ or ‘customer ID’ that is pre-filled on the form and you don’t want form users to change it.
|Hidden – don’t show this field on the online form||Hide a field to prevent form users from modifying a pre-defined field value. |
For example, you may have a default answer such as ‘today’s date’ or ‘customer ID’ that is pre-filled on the form and you don’t want form users to see it.
|Show /hide this field with conditional logic||Hide this field until certain conditions/responses in other fields are met. |
To learn more, see Show/hide fields based on conditions.