Radio Button is a gh-element that allows to add the set of different buttons and select one of them. Also, you can customize the buttons.
This useful item allows you to set any status for items. It is also used to configure other elements, such as the task board or filter tabs, and to easily filter items in gh-elements such as table, cards, etc.
The value of the radio button is an ID of the option selected by user. It can only be one in the element. The value can be selected in the drop-down list.
Radio button has three sets of options. One of them relate to field, others to values.
All field settings that you can configure are standard for all gh-elements. About them you can read in Setting Overview.
These settings allows to add, update, and delete options of the value.
|field that allows to enter the name of the option; detail...
|allows to select the color of the button; detail...
|contains buttons for updating and deleting existed options; detail...
The name of the option is the name that will be displayed on the button.
The color button allows to open the color picker and select the color of the option.
This column contains the buttons for editing and deleting options.
Default Value Settings
The group of settings that configure the default value:
|Use default value
|allows to take advantage the default value; details...
|allows you to select the variant of the value that will be used by default; details...
Use Default Value
This setting allows you to use the default value of this element.
This setting allows you to enter the value that will be used as a default value.
The whole uniqueness of its data model lies in the array of options.
"name": "In Process",
|contains all element interpretation types
|contains all data of every option
|contains options name
|unique ID of element options in the element
|contains hex code of the selected color
|shows whether a default value is used
Radio button fields can be filtered out by filters that deal with full values:
A most interpretation types of voting element has color text, background, or the both. The color of each option is set in the Field Settings.
Input With Name
This interpretation allows to display value options as rectangular blocks with strongly rounded conners. The selected option is displayed in a color background and with the white text.
Due to this interpretation the value options are displayed as rectangular blocks with slightly rounded corners. The unselected option is displayed as a color text on the white background. The selected one is contrary, white text on the color background.
This is a type that allows to display the only selected value with color background and white text. The shape of value block is rectangular blocks with strongly rounded conners.
The selected value is displayed as rectangular blocks with slightly rounded conners, color background and white text.
This is the interpretation type that displayed only the selected value as an uneditable text.
The last interpretation type displays the selected value of the element.