Types of Attributes
An attribute that the user can toggle on (check; enable) or off (uncheck; disable).
An attribute that requires the user to enter a date and time. If you don't need to enter a specific time, just leave it set to midnight (12:00 AM).
Note: Dates and times will display based on the logged in user's timezone.
Dropdown attributes may be single or multi-select, and may contain a list, radio buttons, or checkboxes.
An attribute that opens a dropdown with two or more options, and the user can select one option.
An attribute that opens a dropdown with two or more options, and the user can select one or more options.
An attribute that requires the user to enter an email address.
An attribute that can only contain numerical data.
An attribute that allows the user to type in data (can contain text, numbers, symbols, etc.)
An attribute that allows the user to type in a URL.
You can also set up your attributes to be required, unique, or used to log in (username attribute).
An attribute that must contain data.
An attribute that must be unique.
For example, if you make the Employee ID field unique, only one user can ever have 123456 as their Employee ID.
An attribute that can be used to log in. By default, this type of attribute must be unique.
Fields used to log in will be indicated by a .