This article explains the features of the Multiple Selector block and how it can be used to design your app.
Click on the block and configure it by editing on the right panel.
The label is the name of the block that the end user sees in the app.
Example: Vendor Locations (Other than HQ).
The description is the additional information provided to the end user which will be displayed below the input area.
Example: Select locations from the list.
This is how the Multiple selector block with the label and the description will look to the end user.
Change the appearances of the options as Chips or Standard
In the Standard Style, you will get an option to display the options in custom number of columns.
Enable the Show advanced options and in that select the Number of Columns and configure accordingly.
Enable this option if you want the user to compulsorily input the data. If enabled, the end user can submit if and only if the data is entered in this field.
Enable this option for your users to allow them to select Not Applicable option.
Enable this option to show the advanced options to configure the Multiple selector text block.
Use this if you want to show or hide a field under certain conditions. It accepts the standard Clappia Formulae, similar to conditional sections.
Example: When the end user selects Yes as an option, you can show the Vendor Location (Other than HQ) block.
This option is enabled by default. End users can edit and change the selected option after creating a submission. Disable it if you do not want the end users to change the selected option.
Example: If the end-user has selected 3 cities and created a submission, the end user can go to the submission and select 2 more cities.
Answer: If the end user has selected multiple options as shown below, then the final value of the variable comes as "HTML,Java,Tally
Hence the variable should be used as: