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Create a custom list attribute
Create a custom list attribute
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Written by Charles Bonifacj
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When users join the platform, they are asked to fill in some profile information.

Once their information has been entered, it appears on their file.

Creating an attribute with predefined answers allows you a better organization and clarity in the profile of your users. You will then be able to create people set on the themes of your choice.

Creating a new single or multiple choice attribute

In order to create and configure a single or multiple choice attribute, during the creation of a new attribute, choose the type of choice attribute that you wish to set up between:

  • a list to simple choice, the user will only be able to choose one predefined option

  • a multiple choice list, the user will be able to choose several predefined options

Setting the options you want to offer as an answer

To do this, select + Add an option and give a name to the created option.

There is no limit on the number of options, to add an option, click again on + Add an option.

Allow users to add answer options

By default, users will not be allowed to add new response options to the attribute. It is possible to authorize this functionality.

To do this, check the Allow users to add an option. Users can directly create the option of their choice from the information tab.

⚠️ If a user creates a new option, it will be available to all users.

💡You will be able to delete or modify the option created by a user from the attribute settings. Find out how to modify an attribute in this article.

Think to click on Save to save the new attribute !

The attribute will then appear in the Custom Attributes section.

⚠️ Once the attribute has been created and saved, it will no longer be possible to modify:

  • wire type (single or multiple option)

  • allowing users to add an option.

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