Radio buttons are used for answering questions that give a person a choice in response. They are often employed as a way to respond to yes or no questions, since allowing a person to submit more than one answer would not make sense.
Unlike checkboxes where multiple options can be selected, only one radio button can be checked at a time.
(a) Enter your question or statement in the Label field.
(b) Use the Type drop down menu to choose Select options.
(c) Optional: Check the box to make the field mandatory.
(d) Click the Add button.
(e) Optional: Include additional information in the Description.
(f) Enter all possible responses in the Options field. Each option must be typed twice and be separated by a pipe symbol, which looks like this: |
Include only one option per line.
(g) Optional: Use the options in the Load a pre-built option list drop down menu create radio buttons for each day of the week. You can also turn the US States or countries of the world into radio buttons, but this is slightly impractical.
(h) Use the Label display drop down menu to determine the relationship between the label and radio buttons. By default, Above is selected, and the label will display above the buttons. Inline places the label to the left of the buttons. If you select None, the label will not appear.
(i) Click the Save component button.
By clicking the Save component button, you will return to the main webform page.
(j) Optional: Click the View tab to review your form.
After previewing your form, click the Webform tab to resume editing.