Have created a form but stuck on one part where there are a number of choices to a question and the user needs to be able to show their preferred choice. There will be 8 choices in total and the user will need to select their first and second choice, a simple 1 and 2 will suffice, but I don't want users to be able to repeat values. Previously a ranking wasn't required and the form used checkboxes, but it now needs to be more specific, is there a script that can be applied here?
What kind of fields are you using?
Previous version used checkboxes, I assumed this time it could be a text field where the user would enter 1 or 2 rather than say a drop down menu, it's just ensuring that the user can only choose two options. Thanks
And what are the names of the fields in each group? If the options are only 1 or 2 I would recommend using drop-downs.
You could use a list box, where each choice is an entry and arrow buttons are used to move the entries up and down to show ranking order. This is also a nice visual clue for everyone, since the items are listed in order.
How do you do this? I've looked all through Properties and haven't found the arrow option to enable ranking of a list.
This is not a built-in feature. It requires using a custom-made script to modify the location of the selected item(s) in the list-box when the buttons are clicked.