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How do I allow readers to select more than 1 radio button?Asked by fhernberg on June 29, 2015 at 03:33 PM
I am creating a list using radio buttons and readers need to be able to select more than one option but I can't figure out how to allow them to do this. Thanks for your help.
At first, I was going to suggest replacing the radio button field (radio group) with a check box one because the latter allows multiple selections to be made but then I noticed that your jotform already has both field types and you would have already been aware of the difference. As such, could you please elaborate on the desired functionality?
We look forward to your reply.
I want readers to be able to select more than one option using the radio buttons. Is this not possible. (Will I have to convert ALL my radio button options to check mark options)? I'm hoping NOT because I have hundred of questions logged already! Thanks for your help.
Radio Buttons are designed to accept only one selected item, so unfortunately, there is not much we can do about it. We would like to suggest replacing Radio Button fields with the Check Box fields.