Multiple Choice

With the multiple choice block you are able to provide a range of predefined answers to your questions. Add further directions, or change the number of options.
An example of a multiple choice block with icons

Label, Add Options, and Reorder

In the content column, you can give further information or directions in the label area, add more options by clicking the plus new option button
, and reorder your existing options by grabbing the six dots
to the far right of each choice.

New Input Field

Let people input their own option with the ‘new input option’

Edit Options

Option name
Select choices
Select Single to allow the user to select exactly one option. Select Multiple if you want to allow the user to select multiple options.
With preselection
If you want some options to be preselected when the user reaches this screen.
Link Mode
When this option is activated the navigation is triggered when the respective option is clicked.
Defines the default destination for all options.
{X}: {Option Label}
Explicitly defines the destination for this option.
Align options
Applicable if the options are not equally distributed on all rows (e.g., 3 options in the first row and 2 options in the second row). This then applies to the options in the last row.
Choose from a list of formats to arrange your options in. Grid, for example, means every option has the same width.
With description
Adds another line below the label to all options. The content can be edited in the content panel
Align siblings
If this option is activated, all sibling elements that are wider than the picture choice block will be scaled down to the width of the picture choice.
System Label