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Checkboxes vs. radio buttons
When should I use checkboxes?
Checkboxes are used when you have a list of options and the user can select multiple choices. An important thing to note is checking one box doesn’t uncheck other boxes. An example of this could be a list of dates a person is available and they can check all that apply.
One exception to this rule is when it is a stand-alone single checkbox. For example, a user could check the box if they want to subscribe to a newsletter.
When should I use radio buttons?
Radio buttons are used when there is a list of two or more options and the user must select exactly one choice. Radio button options are mutually exclusive which means clicking a radio button will unselect any previously clicked radio button.
Because one radio button must be clicked, it’s a good idea to ensure that one is selected by default.