Sometimes, it may be easier for an operator to fill out a checklist or complete an inspection in a normal step, rather than a Form Step.
If you use a normal step, you can add images to the checklist and customize the layout of the entire step.
In order to track data around the completion of the checklist, you can use the Checkbox widget. The widget can be formatted as a checkbox or as a "toggle" slider.
This short guide will show you how to use the checkbox widget. Before reading, you will just need to understand how to use variables in Tulip.
Adding a Checkbox Widget to a Step
To add this widget to a step, select the "Embed" option in the Tool Bar and choose "Checkbox".
Then, you will be able to configure the following options in the Widget tab of the Context Pane:
Variable: Select which variable should track the value of the checkbox. This must be a boolean variable type (must be true/false).
Color: Choose the color for the background of the toggle.
Toggle: Choose whether it should appear as a checkbox or toggle.
How Store the Checkbox Value in a Variable
You will likely want to know which boxes were checked when the app is completed or cancelled.
In order to do this, you must store the value of each checkbox in a separate variable.
To do this, first create a series of boolean variables in the Variables dialog.
If you are doing a visual inspection checklist, you may want to name each one after the item in the checklist, like "tray_cleaned" for example.
Then, select a checkbox, and change the value under the "Variable" dropdown in the Context Pane to store the value of the checkbox.
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