The type of field we use in each of these cases depends on two questions
The first is whether your registrants should choose only one option, or multiple answers. If there is only one answer, we will use the drop-down field or the radio buttons. However, If you want to allow them to select more than one answer, check boxes are the way to go.
The second question is whether you want the different options to be visable at all times, or only once you click on the field. If you want the list to be visible regularly, you need to select radio buttons, but If you want the list to show only when you click on the field (for aesthetic reasons, for example), then you need to create a drop-down field.
Properties that are common to all these fields
- Price setting – You can set a different price for each possible answer (e.g., while a vacation in Tel Aviv will cost 300$, the a vacation in the Dead Sea will cost 400$).
- Inventory – You can either specify a total inventory for the entire field (for example, only 40 people can sign up for the workshops), or set an inventory for specific options (25 people can sign up for the first workshop, and 30 for the second workshop).
A unique feature of the radio buttons and check boxes
In these type of fields (only) you can add images for each of the available options. The pictures enhance the form’s visibility and increase the attractiveness of the options – we strongly recommend using this feature!