Custom Field Input Types

Follow

When you are creating a Custom Field for your database, you have a few choices for the Input Type. There is a brief description of each available as you are creating them:

 


Date - Pick a date using a drop-down calendar.  Since the dates are not added until the time of coding, you don't need to add any values.

After it's created, your field looks like this when coding a document.

 


Freeform - Enter any text you choose into a blank. Since it's freeform, you don't need to add any values.

After it's created, your field looks like this when coding a document.

 


List - A list of values to choose from, plus an "Add New" option for when your value is not (yet) in the list.

After it's created, your field looks like this when coding a document.

 


Locked List - A list of values without an "Add New" option.

After it's created, your field looks like this when coding a document.

 


Paragraph - Freeform field that expands to display longer inputs. Since it's freeform, you don't need to add any values.

After it's created, your field looks like this when coding a document.

 


Picklist - A list of values to choose from, allowing a user to select more than one applicable value. Type in a value, then click Add. Click the  to delete a value. Click Done/Close when you are finished.

After it's created, your field looks like this when coding a document.

 

 


Single Checkbox - Set a single value.

After it's created, your field looks like this when coding a document.

 

 

 

0 out of 0 found this helpful

Comments

0 comments

Article is closed for comments.