This article explains the Ratings block in App Design using which the users can use Emojis to give scores, ratings and feedback.
Click on the block and start editing on the panel that appears on the right side.
This is what appears as the label for the Ratings block to the end user.
An optional description to explain the ratings.
Select Emojis and a unique score for each Emoji. You can add upto 10 distinct values. The value can be any number, positive, negative or zero. Below are some commonly used sets of Emojis.
This can be used where none of the scores are relevant for a use case. You can customize the text that appears along with the Not Applicable checkbox and the value associated with this option.
Use this option to resize the Emojis. You can use a larger size if you have few scores and a smaller size if you have too many scores.
These are similar to other Clappia blocks. You can mark this field as required, conditionally hide this field and conditionally make this field as locked.
The Ratings Block is available for use in both web and mobile apps. When user selects an Emoji, a score gets assigned to that field (which is hidden from the user). This score can be used in Calculation blocks, email workflows and Excel downloads.