The guide to Form Steps gives a full overview of the various ways that you can customize a form in Tulip.
This article will list out all the different ways that you can customize each of the 8 form widgets.
If you would like to know how to customize Triggers in Form Steps, please review this resource.
Default Value: Choose whether the value should be default "Yes" or "No"
Default: Choose an option that should be selected by default.
Show As Buttons: List options on the screen rather than forcing the operator to open the dropdown
Dropdown Options: Add a new option to the dropdown list, or add a group within the list.
You can add a new option via the "Enter" key. You can also paste a list of options, as long as they are separated into individual lines in a text editor (ie Word or a notes app).
Multiselect Options: Add a new option to the list, or add a group within the list.
Default(s): Choose an option that should be selected by default
Columns: If the list of options is long, allow it to be broken into multiple columns
The Multiselect Form Widget stores all choices as text values in a variable.
Multiline Input: Turn a single line into a multiline input to encourage longer responses
Default Value: Add a default value for the widget
Default Value: Add a default number for the widget
Required Range: Do not allow the form to be submitted unless it falls within a certain range
Hide +/- Controls: Hide the + and - buttons from the widget
Default Value: Choose a specific date/time or the current date/time to automatically fill the form field
Photo Input Options: Choose whether operators can add a photo via camera, image upload from the local computer, or both.
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