Yes/No

A basic yes/no field with customizable labels and display options for checkbox, radio buttons, or a drop-down.

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Quick Start

  1. Fill out the Basic Field Settings (Label, Description and Field Name)
  2. Select Field Type: [field type].
  3. Set any Additional Field Options to control behavior or other details.
  4. Complete any Advanced Field Options for the fields to impact it’s visibility or access control.
  5. Select Add Field (or Update Field if you’re changing an existing field) to save your changes.

Configuring the [field type] Field

Basic Field Settings

See Basic Field Settings for full explanations of these settings. You will choose ‘[field type]’ under Field Type to create a [field type] field.

Additional Field Options

Advanced Field Settings

See Advanced Field Options for the explanations of these field settings that define default values, visibility or access control for your field.

REST API Settings

You can configure these settings to override the REST API settings for each individual field. These are discussed in depth in our Advanced Topics, REST API documentation.

Usage

If you want to make sure the field is checked, use a Yes/No Field with a Checkbox. That will require the box to be checked and you’ll get a ‘yes’ response. Good for Terms/Conditions, Agreement, etc.

If you want to make sure Yes or No is selected, use Radio and set the default to the value you’d prefer (1 for yes or 0 for no). Since radios have to be one or the other, you will get one choice.

Examples