Brightspot CMS User Guide

Adding a select field

A select field enables editors to select from a specific set of choices.

To add a select field:

  1. Search for and open the editorial content type that you want to edit, or create a new editorial content type. For details, see Creating an editorial content type.
  2. From the Items list, select Select Field.
  3. Under Main, in the Name field, enter a name for this field.
  4. From the Count field, select one of the following:

    • One—Editor can select only one item.
    • Many—Editor can select more than one item.
    • Many (Sortable)—Editor can select more than one item, and then rearrange the selections into a desired order.
  5. In the Choices field, add the choices available for this field.
  6. (Optional) Under Advanced, do the following:

    1. In the Note field, enter a short explanatory note that appears in the content edit form.
    2. Toggle on Search Filter if this field should be indexed in search.
    3. Toggle on Required if this is a required field.

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Configuration of a select field
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Select field on a content edit form
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