Single checkbox questions are usually Yes/No or On/Off questions. They appear in mobile forms as a single checkbox. They can be used to accept Terms of Agreement or questions following the convention of, "Check here if..."
An example of a single checkbox question on an iOS device is shown below:
In the Form Builder, the single checkbox question appears as shown below:
The Question Edit screen for the single checkbox question type has three tabs: General, Properties, and Help Options. This article will go through each of the tabs.
The Unique ID is the reference for the question. For more information on Unique IDs, read: Overview: Unique IDs. It can either be auto-generated based on the question text, or customized.
Restrictions control how your mobile users interact with a question. They can be set on the question itself, or controlled by Conditional Logic.
|Required||Read-Only||Hidden on Device||Hidden in Reports|
* Checkboxes cannot be Required, because "not checked" is a valid answer, but is identical to an "unanswered" state. If the question must be Required, try using a Button Group.
The Single Checkbox question type allows you to set a default value of Checked or Not Checked.
Adding "Help" content to forms gives mobile users access to support and other resources out in the field. Help content is available to users through a button embedded beside a question. Any question in the form can include a link to Youtube videos, web pages, or HTML-formatted work instructions.
For more information on Help Content, please read: V2 Forms: Adding Help Content to Questions